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Preface > Conventions Used in This Book

Conventions Used in This Book

Throughout this book, we’ve used the following typographic conventions:

Constant width

Constant width in body text indicates a language construct, such as the name of a stored procedure, a SQL statement, a VBA statement, an enumeration, an intrinsic or user-defined constant, a structure (i.e., a user-defined type), or an expression (e.g., dblElapTime = Timer - dblStartTime). Code fragments and code examples appear exclusively in constant-width text. In syntax statements and prototypes, text set in constant width indicates such language elements as the function or procedure name and any invariable elements required by the syntax.


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