Following are examples of the typographical and graphic conventions used in this guide:
utility program names,
standard names, and
and then shown this way.
Commands that are entered by the user are preceded in this manual by the
$ ” (dollar sign followed by space). If your system
uses this sequence as a prompt, then the commands will appear exactly as
you see them in the manual. If your system uses some other prompt, then
the command will appear with the
$ replaced by whatever prompt
character you are using.
Full file names are shown with the “
as the directory separator; e.g., parent-dir/subdir/myfile.adb.
If you are using GNAT on a Windows platform, please note that
\” character should be used instead.