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start HEADING


!-H-


!-H- start heading ________________________
This code defines a new heading as the string of text between
it and the next edit code.


!-H<level>-
1
2
3
4
5
6


NOTES _____
Headings are text strings which are specially formatted,
according to the heading table currently in effect (see !+HEAD+
- select alter code), their level, and the appropriate heading
Headings cannot definition (see !+HEAD+ - define alter code). _______________
be longer than 249 characters _____________________________.
Heading formats for each level are defined by the !+HEAD+
(define) alter code. This determines the number of lines to
skip before and after the heading, as well as capitalizing or
underscoring the heading.
Each heading may also appear in the Table of Contents, as it
appears in the text (see the !+TOFC+ alter code).
EXAMPLES ________
The title of this section appears literally in the file as
"!-H3-!!-H-¬¬¬¬¬¬¬start !(0heading!)" (the whole thing is
underlined because of the heading code).
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INDENT line


!-I-


!-I- indent line ______________________
This code begins a new line, indented <n> spaces.


!-I[<n>]-
0 _


NOTES _____
To both skip blank line(s) and indent use the !-p- code.
EXAMPLES ________
!-i7-Indent seven spaces from the margin so it is clear how the _______________________________________________________________
"indent line" code works. _________________________
Indent seven spaces from the margin so it is clear
how the "indent line" code works.
!-s0;i5-This simulates the paragraph edit code ("!-P-") when _______________________________________________________________
its parameters default ______________________
This simulates the paragraph edit code ("!-P-") when
its parameters default
!-i3-line1!-i3-line2!-i3-line3 ______________________________
line1
line2
line3
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