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  You can run Pig three ways – using either local mode or hadoop (mapreduce) 
mode:
    * '''Grunt Shell''': Enter Pig commands manually using Pig’s interactive 
shell, Grunt. 
    * '''Script File''': Place Pig commands in a script file and run the script.
-   * '''Embedded Program''': Embed Pig commands in a host language (Java) and 
run the program.
+   * '''Embedded Program''': Embed Pig commands in a host language and run the 
program.
+ 
+ Note: Pig, itself, is a script file (pig.sh), and is referred toas "The Pig 
Script File." The Run Ways script file mentioned above is a script file that 
you create and which contains the Pig commands that you want to run (we provide 
a sample in the next section).
  
  == Sample Code ==
- The sample code files you need to run the examples on this page include: 
XXX.pig and XXX.java.
+ The sample code files you need to run the examples on this page include: 
+   * Script file: XXX.pig 
+   * Embedded program: XXX.java
   
  The examples are based on these Pig commands, which extract all user IDs from 
the /etc/passwd file. 
  
@@ -71, +75 @@

  $ export PIG_CLASSPATH=./pig.jar
  }}} 
  
- (1) With Pig Script
+ (1) With the Pig Script
  
  From your local directory, run:
  {{{
@@ -85, +89 @@

  grunt> dump B; 
  }}}
  
- (2) Without Pig Script
+ (2) Without the Pig Script
  
  From your current working directory, run:
  {{{

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