In this chapter we'll look at the rules which govern the format and layout of E code. In the previous Part we saw examples of E code that were quite nicely indented and the structure of the program was easily visible. This was just a convention and the E language does not constrain you to write code in this way. However, there are certain rules that must be followed. (This chapter refers to some concepts and parts of the E language which were not covered in Part One. Don't let this put you off--those things will be dealt with in later chapters, and it's maybe a good idea to read this chapter again when they have been.)
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