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2.2 Stylistic Conventions

In the examples, ‘$’ represents a typical shell prompt. It precedes lines you should type; to make this more clear, those lines are shown in this font, as opposed to lines which represent the computer's response; those lines are shown in this font, or sometimes ‘like this’.

 
 
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