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Literals, filenames and function arguments are presented using the following style:

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Warnings, which represent limitations and need-to-know information related to a topic or concept are presented in the following style:

Warning

This is a warning.

Notes, which represent additional information related to a topic or concept are presented in the following style:

Note

This is a note.

We present Python method names using the following style:

pyramid.config.Configurator.add_view()

We present Python class names, module names, attributes and global variables using the following style:

pyramid.config.Configurator.registry

References to glossary terms are presented using the following style:

URLs are presented using the following style:

References to sections and chapters are presented using the following style:

Code and configuration file blocks are presented in the following style:

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def foo(abc):
    pass

When a command that should be typed on one line is too long to fit on a page, the backslash \ is used to indicate that the following printed line should actually be part of the command:

c:\bigfntut\tutorial> ..\Scripts\nosetests --cover-package=tutorial \
      --cover-erase --with-coverage

A sidebar, which presents a concept tangentially related to content discussed on a page, is rendered like so:

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