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Getting Started with Grunt: The JavaScript Task Runner by Jaime Pillora

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Conventions

In this book, various font styles are used to differentiate between different types of information. Here are some examples of these styles, and an explanation of their meaning:

When referring to a short piece of information that relates to the code examples, like a variable or property name, or file or directory name, we'll use a light mono-space font:

"Based on this task, we notice that each file in the files array contains src and dest properties."

When referring to a large piece of information that relates to the code examples, like a portion of code, the contents of a file or the output from the command-line interface, we use black mono-space font:

grunt.initConfig({ stringCheck: { file: './src/app.js', string: 'console.log(' } }); ...

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