Microsoft Windows CE 3.0  

Document Conventions

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The following table shows the typographical conventions that are used throughout this book.

Convention Description
monospace
Indicates source code, structure syntax, examples, user input, and application output. For example,
ptbl->SortTable(pSort, TBL_BATCH);
Bold Indicates an interface, method, function, structure, macro, or other keyword in Windows CE, the Microsoft Windows operating system, C, or C++. For example, CommandBar_Heightis a function. Within discussions of syntax, bold type indicates that text must be entered exactly as shown.
Italic Indicates placeholders, most often method or function parameters; these placeholders stand for information that must be supplied by the implementation or the user. For example, lpButtonsis a function parameter.
UPPERCASE Indicates flags, return values, messages, and properties. For example, WSAEFAULT is a Windows Sockets error value, MF_CHECKED is a flag, and TB_ADDBUTTONS is a message. In addition, uppercase letters indicate segment names, registers, and terms that are used at the operating-system command level.
( ) Indicate one or more parameters that you pass to a function, in syntax.