4.7 Emphasis Directive
4.7 Emphasis Directive
The emphasis directive is very similar to the literal directive except that
it causes its argument to be typeset in an emphasised manner (e.g.
Tutorial
italics). Like the literal directive, the emphasis directive protects its text
argument.
Developer
emphasise = "@/" ordinary_text "@/"
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Example:
1 Introduction
2 Interface
@C What you @/really@/ need, of course, is a
3 Scanner
@/great@/, @/big@/, network with packets just
4 Parser
flying @/everywhere@/. This section implements an
5 Analyser
interface to such a @/humungeous@/ network.
6 Tangle
7 Weave
8 Shell
9 Commands
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10 Glossary
11 References
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