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Part: V Appendixes > Conventions Used in This Command Reference

Conventions Used in This Command Reference

The following conventions have been used throughout this reference to make the command descriptions clear and accurate:

BoldRequired literal. Indicates an argument that is required and must be typed as part of the command. For example, the command name always appears in bold because it must be included when you issue the command.
ItalicOptional placeholder. The placeholder holds the place for the actual name or value that you would type when you issue the command. In other words, you don't type the word filename, you replace filename with the actual name of a file.
Bold italicRequired placeholder. Indicates a placeholder argument that is required. When you issue the command, you must substitute an appropriate value for an argument that appears in bold italic.
Monospaced typeOptional literal. Indicates an optional argument that, if included, must be typed as shown. Switches often are optional literal arguments.



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