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A.2 Using the Reference

The four buttons on the main menu take you to the companion information for this book:

About the Companion Reference

A brief description of the contents of this disk.

About the Indexes

An explanation of the information provided for each file: name, chapter reference, and description.

Source Code Index by File Name

The guide gives you point-and-click access to each of the files on the companion disk. Here the files are listed alphabetically. Source code listings in the book, indicated by the disk icon, begin with comment lines keyed to these filenames on the disk. Figure A.3 shows a portion of the Source Code Index by Filename.

Figure A.3: The Source Code Index by File Name

Figure A.3
Source Code Index by Chapter

Here the files are listed in chapter order to make it easy for you to move between the book and the guide. Figure A.4 shows a portion of the Source Code Index by Chapter.

Figure A.4: The Source Code Index by Chapter

Figure A.4


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