Throughout this book, we've used the following typographic conventions:
This character style is used for emphasis as well as for online items and email addresses. It also indicates the following elements: commands, file extensions, filenames, directory or folder names , and UNC pathnames.
Constant width in body text indicates a language construct, such as the names of keywords, constants, variables , attributes, objects, methods , events, controls, and HTML and XML tags.
Constant width bold
This character style is used to call your attention to lines of source code that are especially pertinent in a recipe.
Constant width italic
This character style indicates replaceable variables in examples. The variable that appears in this style is a signal to you that the variable needs to be replaced by contents of your own choosing.
Indicates a VB code snippet.
Indicates a C# code snippet.
This icon signifies a tip, suggestion, or general note.