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Callout


A callout is an explanation in a specific portion of an example or an image to help explain what it is describing (via a line, arrow, or other means). It is often used in publishing such as books, manuals, technical specifications, and other technical materials.
An example of a callout is shown below, where the callout is pointing to a line a JavaScript code to provide additional explanation about that line of code.


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