Command/typebuffer

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\typebuffer

Syntax (autogenerated)

\typebuffer[...,...][...=...,...]
[...,...]buffer
...=...,...inherits from \setuptyping


\typebuffer[...=...,...]
...=...,...inherits from \setuptyping


Syntax

\typebuffer[buffer][...,...=...,...]
[buffer] name of the buffer
option tex, ...?
numbering file, ...?
range {label,label}

Description

With \typebuffer[mybuffer] you can get back the verbatim content of buffer mybuffer, which was previously defined by command \startbuffer.

To get back the non-verbatim content of the buffer use the command \getbuffer.

Example

\starttext

\startbuffer[mybuffer]
This is a text, which is stored in the buffer with name \quotation{mybuffer}.
\stopbuffer

\typebuffer[mybuffer]

\stoptext

produces

You can show only a part of a source:

\startbuffer[BB]
\setupsomething[]
\starttext
% begin
Do something interesting.
%end
\stoptext
\stopbuffer

\typebuffer[BB][option=tex,range={begin,end}]

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