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Palm Programming: The Developer's Guide by Julie McKeehan, Neil Rhodes

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Conventions Used in This Book

We use a couple of conventions worth noting.

Italic is used for a variety of things: URLs, filenames, functions, email addresses and other things we wanted to emphasize.

Code comes in either small batches or larger amounts, but it is always represented in constant width.

Code elements such as parameters (basically, any code other than function names) also use a constant-width font when they are included in a sentence.

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