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Preface > Conventions Used in This Book

Conventions Used in This Book

The following typographical conventions are used in this book:

Constant width

Indicates command-line computer output, code examples, commands, text to type, and paths to Registry keys.

Constant width italic

Indicates user-defined elements within constant-width text (such as filenames or command-line parameters). For example, Chapter 8 discusses a file encryption utility, cipher.exe, which has a variety of command-line options. A particular solution might instruct you to type:

cipher /r:filename

The italic portion of the above code, filename, signifies the element you’ll need to replace with whatever is applicable to your system or needs. The rest — the non-italicized portion — should be typed exactly as shown.


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