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Help please, thanks. Question: Your customer, Cy Burnett, heads a major publisher of textbooks who is migrating toward on-line access. Cy wants a relatively easy-to-maintain glossary facility. (A glossary is a list of difficult or specialized words, or terms, with their definitions, that is usually near the end of a book.) His initial requirements are as follows: The output shall be a group of HTML files. There shall be a top-level index which merely lists each term in the glossary, and separate pages for each of the terms with their definitions. Clicking on a term in the index shall take you to the page for that term and its associated definition. Moreover, clicking on any term in the glossary that happens to appear in a definition shall take you to the page for that term and its associated definition. Every term shall consist of a single "word" (i.e., a term contains no whitespace characters). The terms shall appear in the glossary index in alphabetical order. In each term's page, that term shall appear in red boldface italics just before its definition.

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