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Professional Test-Driven Development with C#: Developing Real World Applications with TDD by Jeff McWherter, James Bender

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CONVENTIONS

To help you get the most from the text and keep track of what's happening, we use a number of conventions throughout the book: As for styles in the text:

  • We italicize new terms and important words when we introduce them.
  • We show keyboard strokes like this: Ctrl+A.
  • We show filenames, URLs, and code within the text like so: persistence.properties.

We present code in two different ways:

We use a monofont type with no highlighting for most code examples.
We use bold to emphasize code that's particularly important in the present context.

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