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authorYujiri <yujiri@disroot.org>2021-10-04 21:07:21 +0000
committerChristian Grothoff <christian@grothoff.org>2021-10-06 09:57:59 +0200
commite173017ed75ce459e3cbf64727185168a630117c (patch)
treef2f2f4060fdbe77ceed7d5da29e161a2ffd83473 /doc
parentffa7a0ab292b190ed10cd54645593fe31c5796bc (diff)
Fix some typos in the handbook
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@@ -290,10 +290,10 @@ An Encoding for Censorship-Resistant Sharing.
Peer identities are used to identify peers in the network and are unique
for each peer. The identity for a peer is simply its public key, which is
-generated along with a private key the peer is started for the first time.
-While the identity is binary data, it is often expressed as ASCII string.
-For example, the following is a peer identity as you might see it in
-various places:
+generated along with a private key when the peer is started for the first
+time. While the identity is binary data, it is often expressed as an ASCII
+string. For example, the following is a peer identity as you might see it
+in various places:
@example
UAT1S6PMPITLBKSJ2DGV341JI6KF7B66AC4JVCN9811NNEGQLUN0