Glyphs for Examples
In Texinfo, code is often illustrated in examples that are delimited
by `@example' and `@end example', or by `@lisp' and `@end lisp'. In
such examples, you can indicate the results of evaluation or an
expansion using `=>' or `==>'. Likewise, there are commands to insert
glyphs to indicate printed output, error messages, equivalence of
expressions, and the location of point.
The glyph-insertion commands do not need to be used within an
example, but most often they are. Every glyph-insertion command is
followed by a pair of left- and right-hand braces.
* Glyphs Summary
* result How to show the result of expression.
* expansion How to indicate an expansion.
* Print Glyph How to indicate printed output.
* Error Glyph How to indicate an error message.
* Equivalence How to indicate equivalence.
* Point Glyph How to indicate the location of point.
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