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Chapter 14. Indexing > Style and Format

Style and Format

The following figure shows two examples of the indented indexing style. One example shows the index format for unnumbered chapters, the other example is for numbered chapters. The only differences between the two examples are the format of the page numbers and the use of “to” as a separator for page ranges in the book with numbered chapters.

Example 14-1. Index Formats

Unnumbered chapter format example:Numbered chapter format example:
A

application architecture, 12

application gateway, 211, 345–351

automounter facility

See also mounting

overview, 49

setup, 51

remote mounting, 52

specifying subdirectories, 51

A

application architecture, 1-2

application gateway, 4-18, 5-76 to 5-81

automounter facility

See also mounting

overview, 2-12

setup, 2-15

remote mounting, 2-16

specifying subdirectories, 2-14

B backing up

file systems, 58

dump command, 89–92

dump strategies, 81

B backing up

file systems, 3-1

dump command, 3-34 to 3-37

dump strategies, 3-26



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