Welcome to This Guide
This guide uses the following typographical conventions:
UI Elements and
This style indicates the names of interface elements on
which you perform actions, file names or paths, and
other items that require emphasis. For example, “Click
the Save button.” It also indicates method or function
names. For example, "The wait_window statement has
the following parameters:"
This style indicates method, property, or function
arguments and book titles. For example, “Refer to the
HP User’s Guide.”
Angle brackets enclose a part of a file path or URL
address that should be replaced with an actual value.
For example, <MyProduct installation folder>\bin.
This style is used for examples and text that is to be
typed literally. For example, “Type Hello in the edit
This style indicates keyboard keys. For example, “Press
Square brackets enclose optional arguments.
Curly brackets indicate that one of the enclosed values
must be assigned to the current argument.
In a line of syntax, an ellipsis indicates that more items
of the same format may be included. In a
programming example, an ellipsis is used to indicate
lines of a program that were intentionally omitted.
A vertical bar indicates that one of the options
separated by the bar should be selected.