< CommandJump to navigation Jump to search
The command \inlinerange is used to refer to numbered lines
\inlinerangeinserts the number(s) of a line or a line range from a typing that has been marked with a label. It is mostly equivalent to
\inline[ref]; the main difference is that
\inlinerangedoes not accept an optional label text.
\setuppapersize[A6] \setuptyping[numbering=line, escape=yes] \starttext The title in line \inlinerange[myline]. From small to large data in lines \inlinerange[myrange]. \starttyping Hard Copies and Chmod/BTEX\someline[myline]/ETEX And everyone thinks computers are impersonal cold diskdrives hardware monitors user-hostile software of course they're only bits and bytes/BTEX\startline[myrange]/ETEX and characters and strings and files/BTEX\stopline[myrange]/ETEX just some old textfiles from my old boyfriend telling me he loves me and he'll take care of me simply a discarded printout of a friend's directory deep intimate secrets and how he doesn't trust me couldn't hurt me more if they were scented in lavender or mould on personal stationery -- email@example.com \stoptyping \stoptext