October 1, 1979 FORMATTING EDIT CODES
start PARAGRAPH


!-P-


!-P- start paragraph __________________________
This code starts a new paragraph.


!-P-


NOTES _____
The number of lines skipped and characters indented may be
reset with the !+PARA+ alter code (the default is to skip one
line and indent five spaces).
EXAMPLES ________
(unformatted text)
Assume this is the last line of a paragraph.
!-p-The effect of the "!-P-" code before "The effect" is
now evident: it skipped one line, and then indented five spaces
for the new paragraph.
(formatted text)
Assume this is the last line of a paragraph.
The effect of the "!-P-" code before "The effect" is now
evident: it skipped one line, and then indented five spaces for
the new paragraph.
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start/end REVISION bars


!-R-


!-R- start/end revision bars __________________________________
This code will cause a revision bar ("") to be inserted
immediately to the left of the left margin (on every line), until
the next !-R- code is encountered.


!-R-


NOTES _____
To remove the revision bars, all !-R- codes must be deleted.
Revision bars can be entered as format macros (see Section
4.5), which can then be removed merely by redefining the macro
as null.
EXAMPLES ________
!-r-revised text!-r- ____________________
revised text
This paragraph is surrounded by revision bars. A common
application for this code is to denote those sections of a
document that have changed between drafts.
In format macros ________________:
!.r1=!-r-. __________
This macro might be used to define revisions from the first
draft.
!.r1=. ______
This macro would nullify the revisions indicated by !.r1. in
the above example.
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