4.9 Macro Names
4.9 Macro Names
Names are used to identify macros and sections. A name consists
of a sequence of from zero to 80 printable characters, including
the blank character. End of line characters are not permitted in
names. Names are case sensitive; two different macros are
permitted to have names that differ in case only. Like free text,
names are typeset by FunnelWeb and are safe from
misinterpretation by the target typesetter. For example, it is quite
acceptable to use the macro name @<\medskip@> even if the
1 Introduction
target typesetter is TeX.
2 Interface
3 Scanner
name      = "@<" name_text "@>"
4 Parser
name_text = { ordinary_char | text_special }
5 Analyser
6 Tangle
7 Weave
8 Shell
Copyright   Ross N. Williams 1992,1999. All rights reserved.
9 Commands
10 Glossary
11 References
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