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The following table shows the typographical conventions that are
used throughout this book.
Indicates source code, structure syntax, examples,
user input, and application output. For example,
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
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.
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.