Type ::= ((#PCDATA|Replaceable|InlineGraphic|InlineMediaObject|IndexTerm)+)
Both the start- and end-tags are required for this element.
In general usage, Type identifies one member of a class of values.
In documenting computer programs, it identifies specifically a "type," as might be declared with typedef in the C programming language.
These elements contain Type: Action, Application, Attribution, BiblioMisc, BridgeHead, Citation, CiteTitle, Command, Comment, ComputerOutput, Database, Emphasis, entry, Filename, ForeignPhrase, FuncParams, FuncSynopsisInfo, Function, GlossSee, GlossSeeAlso, GlossTerm, Hardware, Interface, InterfaceDefinition, KeyCap, LineAnnotation, Link, Literal, LiteralLayout, LoTentry, Member, MsgAud, OLink, Option, Optional, Para, Parameter, Phrase, Primary, PrimaryIE, ProductName, ProgramListing, Property, Quote, RefDescriptor, RefEntryTitle, RefName, RefPurpose, Screen, ScreenInfo, Secondary, SecondaryIE, See, SeeAlso, SeeAlsoIE, SeeIE, Seg, SegTitle, SimPara, Subtitle, Synopsis, SystemItem, Term, Tertiary, TertiaryIE, Title, TitleAbbrev, ToCback, ToCentry, ToCfront, Trademark, ULink, UserInput.
The following elements occur in Type: IndexTerm, InlineGraphic, InlineMediaObject, Replaceable.
In some contexts, the following elements are allowed anywhere: BeginPage, IndexTerm.
In some contexts, the following elements are excluded: IndexTerm.
ClassName, Interface, InterfaceDefinition, Property, StructField, StructName, Symbol, Token
<!DOCTYPE para PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DocBook V3.1//EN"> <para> The <function>geteuid</function> function returns a <type>uid_t</type> that contains the user's <emphasis>effective</emphasis> user id. </para>
The geteuid function returns a uid_t that contains the user's effective user id.
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