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Typo corrections from @radix (thanks!)

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Michael Snoyman 6 years ago
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@ -21,7 +21,7 @@ examples of using the package.
## Example
Since we're about to jump into a few section of descriptive text, let's kick
this off with a concrete example of whet your appetite. We're going to count
this off with a concrete example to whet your appetite. We're going to count
the frequency of different bytes that appear on standard output, and then
display this content.
@ -101,7 +101,7 @@ normal concerns of shared mutable state. And perhaps most importantly for
usage: mutable vectors can be *much* more efficient for certain use cases.
However, that's not the only dimension of choice you get in the vector package.
vector itself defines three flavors: unboxed
vector itself defines three flavors: boxed
(`Data.Vector`/`Data.Vector.Mutable`), storable (`Data.Vector.Storable` and
`Data.Vector.Storable.Mutable`), and unboxed (`Data.Vector.Unboxed` and
`Data.Vector.Unboxed.Mutable`). (There's also technically primitive vectors,

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