- This style is used for file and directory names.
- is used for user-issued shell commands.
- This style is used for code the user is expected to
- This font is used for `replaceable' text or
variables. Replaceable text is text that describes something you're
supposed to type, like a filename, in which the word
`filename' is a placeholder for the actual filename.
- The following fonts are used to denote various programming
constructs: class names (CCA `components'),
interface names (CCA `ports'), and method
names. Also variable names and ENVIRONMENT
VARIABLES are marked up with special fonts.
- URLs are presented in square brackets after the name of the
resource they describe in the print
version of this Guide .
- Sometime we must break lines in computer output or program
listings to fit the line widths available. In these cases, the
break will be marked by a `\' character. In
real computer output, you see a long continuous line rather than a
broken one. For program listings, unless otherwise indicated, you
can join up the broken lines. In shell commands, you can use the
`\' and break the input over multiple lines.
David E. Bernholdt [bek] 574-3147