Conventions Used in This Book


The following conventions are used in this book:


Italic

Used for file and folder names, URLs, and new terms when they are defined.


Constant width

Used for code examples and the names of variables, handlers, and commands.


Constant-width italic

Used for placeholders in code, where the programmer would supply the actual name of something.


Constant-width bold

Used in code examples, for user input from the command line; often seen in conjunction with %, which symbolizes the shell prompt.


-- code comment in italic

Used in code examples, for my comments to the reader about the code or its effect.


--

code comment in bold

Used in code examples, to represent the result (output) of executing the line.


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Used in syntax templates to indicate alternatives.


[square brackets]

Used in syntax templates to indicate that something is optional.


Used to indicate a line of code that continues; these lines will be unbroken in your code but were too long to fit on the printed pages of this book.

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AppleScript. The Definitive Guide
AppleScript: The Definitive Guide, 2nd Edition
ISBN: 0596102119
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2006
Pages: 267
Authors: Matt Neuburg

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