The following table shows the typographic conventions used in the .NET Framework documentation.
|Monospace||Indicates source code, code examples, input to the command line, application output, code lines embedded in text, and variables and code elements.||
|Bold||Indicates most predefined programming elements, including namespaces, classes, delegates, objects, interfaces, methods, functions, macros, structures, constructors, properties, events, enumerations, fields, operators, statements, directives, data types, keywords, exceptions, non-HTML attributes, and configuration tags, as well as registry keys, subkeys, and values. Also indicates the following HTML elements: attributes, directives, keywords, values, and headers.
In addition, indicates required user input, including command-line options, that must be entered exactly as shown.
|Italic||Indicates placeholders, most often method or function parameters and HTML placeholders; these placeholders represent information that must be supplied by the implementation or the user.
For command-line input, indicates parameter values.
|Capital letters||Indicates the names of keys and key sequences.||ENTER
|Plus sign||Indicates a combination of keys. For example, ALT+F1 means to hold down the ALT key while pressing the F1 key.||ALT+F1|