Document Conventions for
The type conventions used in the TAPI Programmer's Reference
are as follows:
||Bold letters indicate terms, such as function and structure names, that you
must use exactly as shown.
||All capitals typically indicate terms, such as message and constant names,
that must be used exactly as shown.
||In introductory and explanatory text, italicized words indicate that a key
term or concept is being introduced. In function and message descriptions, italics
indicates a placeholder for which you are expected to provide a value or the
name of a variable.
||Monospaced type indicates code samples and data-structure definitions.
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