October 1, 1979 FORMATTING EDIT CODES
CENTER line


!-C-


!-C- center line ______________________
This code centers the string of text between it and the next
edit code which begins a new line.


!-C-


NOTES _____
The text is centered around the position !+WIDTH+/2.
If the original string occupies more than one line, each line
until the next edit code that starts a new line, is centered.
new !-C- will implicitly center the text on a ___ line,
distinguishing it from previous text.
See !-T- about how to center a string at a particular column.
EXAMPLES ________
!-c-This line is centered. __________________________
This line is centered.
!-c-Name!-c-Rank!-c-Serial Number _________________________________
Name
Rank
Serial Number
This is what will happen if you try to center a line which is
larger than the current !+WIDTH+
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END heading


!-E-


!-E- end heading ______________________
This code ends a heading without beginning a new line.


!-E-


NOTES _____
When this code is issued, the number of lines to be skipped
after the heading implied by the heading code is ignored.
Blanks that appear between a heading and the periods leading to
its page number in the Table of Contents can be eliminated by
ending the heading with the !-E- code. [The offending blanks
can also be identified and then removed using SVIEW and
DELETE.]
RESTRICTIONS ____________
This code should only be used as intended (to delimit
headings).
EXAMPLES ________
Sometimes footnotes are attached to headings, but the user does
not want the footnote reference (the superscript) to appear in
the Table of Contents. Using the !-E- code to separate the
heading and the footnote code (!-F-) will avoid this. In the
example below, only the string "Section Title" would appear in
the Table of Contents:
!-h1-Section Title!-e;f-footnote!-f-
Section Title¹

¹footnote
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