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Documentation Conventions

Documentation Conventions

Introduction

Candle documentation adheres to accepted typographical conventions for command syntax. Conventions specific to Candle documentation are discussed in the following sections.

Panels and figures

The panels and figures in this document are representations. Actual product panels may differ.

Revision bars

Revision bars (|) may appear in the left margin to identify new or updated material.

Variables and literals

In examples of command syntax, uppercase letters are actual values (literals) that the user should type; lowercase letters are used for variables that represent data supplied by the user. Default values are underscored.

LOGON APPLID (cccccccc)

In the above example, you type LOGON APPLID followed by an application identifier (represented by cccccccc) within parentheses.

Note: In ordinary text, variable names appear in italics.

Preface

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