This book uses the following conventions:
■ ^ is used to signify to readers that the authors meant for the continued code to appear on the same line. No indenting should be done on the continued line.
■ Code or programming terms are set in monospace text. This book also presents information in the following sidebars:
Tips provide useful information or hints related to the current text.
Notes provide additional information that might be interesting or relevant. Warning
Warnings provide hints or tips about pitfalls that you might encounter and how to avoid them.
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