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It's not like you need a special decoder to read this book. However, there are a few typographical conventions worth noting:
Program text, functions, variables , and other "computer language" are set in a fixed-pitch fontfor example, var propCount=0; .
Code lines that do not fit within the margins of the printed page are continued on the next line and are preceded by a code continuation character .
Special notes or side discussions are offset as a way to both diverge from the main flow and offer a bit of a break to the topic at hand.
I'll remind you again at the end of the book, but I really do want you to send links to the RIAs you build. Use the email firstname.lastname@example.org.. I think I'm pretty good at replying to email, so also feel free to send pointed questions and suggestions, as well as errors. For this book in particular, I expect it to live on long past the initial printing through the companion site: www.phillipkerman.com/rias. There you'll find any additional information that I think of plus all the source files for the examples in this book. Now that the book is printed and in your hands, it's up to you to get as much as you can out of it. If you can learn what I've learned writing it, I'm sure you'll be satisfied.
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