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Default I don't understand for some contents...

Hi, I'm so confused for some contents.
In page number xxxviii, I think the following two sentences in "Conventions" section looks same meaning even though they should be in difference.

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"In code examples I highlight new and important code with a gray background."

"The gray highlighting is used for code that?s less important in the present context, or has been shown before."

Please let me know the exact meaning...
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