Italics are used to emphasize a point and identify the names of publications and products.
Boldface is used to introduce new terms, which are collected in the glossary, and to distinguish programming language keywords and commands from the text.
Example material that is computer generated, such as command-line entries and source code listings, is set in the following typeface:
This is a computer listing
Example material that isn’t computer-generated, such as algorithm descriptions and debugging logs, is set in the following typeface.
This is a debugging log
Choosing the right third-person singular pronoun is a difficult task these days. In this book, unknown software developers are referred to as “he or she.”