Help Style Guide
The following conventions have been adopted for the Maple help system.
Maple 2-D Math Notation
Maple Menu Items
Bold, red text identifies demonstrations of the following:
Commands, subcommands, functions, procedures, and calling sequences
Environment variables, keywords, Maple specific names, and protected text
Maple package names
Natural mathematical notation, referred to in Maple documentation as 2-D math, is used for the following:
Maple expressions and mathematical functions and expressions such as x2 and ⅆⅆxx3.
Bold, black text identifies the following:
Menu name, menu item
Dialog box, button, and textual note
Key names (for example, Enter, Delete, Ctrl, Esc)
Blue, underlined text denotes a hyperlink.
Rust, underlined text denotes a hyperlink to a dictionary definition.
The help pages use sections to organize content. In most pages, the sections are shown expanded and without arrows.
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