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1.4.4 Interpreting Dictionary Entries

The dictionary entry for each defined name is partitioned into sections. Except as explicitly indicated otherwise below, each section is introduced by a label identifying that section. The omission of a section implies that the section is either not applicable, or would provide no interesting information.

This section defines the significance of each potential section in a dictionary entry.

1.4.4.1  The "Affected By" Section of a Dictionary Entry
1.4.4.2  The "Arguments" Section of a Dictionary Entry
1.4.4.3  The "Arguments and Values" Section of a Dictionary Entry
1.4.4.4  The "Binding Types Affected" Section of a Dictionary Entry
1.4.4.5  The "Class Precedence List" Section of a Dictionary Entry
1.4.4.6  Dictionary Entries for Type Specifiers
1.4.4.7  The "Constant Value" Section of a Dictionary Entry
1.4.4.8  The "Description" Section of a Dictionary Entry
1.4.4.9  The "Examples" Section of a Dictionary Entry
1.4.4.10  The "Exceptional Situations" Section of a Dictionary Entry
1.4.4.11  The "Initial Value" Section of a Dictionary Entry
1.4.4.12  The "Argument Precedence Order" Section of a Dictionary Entry
1.4.4.13  The "Method Signature" Section of a Dictionary Entry
1.4.4.14  The "Name" Section of a Dictionary Entry
1.4.4.15  The "Notes" Section of a Dictionary Entry
1.4.4.16  The "Pronunciation" Section of a Dictionary Entry
1.4.4.17  The "See Also" Section of a Dictionary Entry
1.4.4.18  The "Side Effects" Section of a Dictionary Entry
1.4.4.19  The "Supertypes" Section of a Dictionary Entry
1.4.4.20  The "Syntax" Section of a Dictionary Entry
1.4.4.21  The "Valid Context" Section of a Dictionary Entry
1.4.4.22  The "Value Type" Section of a Dictionary Entry


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