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The instances of \placefloat are used for placing floating objects.



Settings instance

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see \placefloat for option values.
optional reference label
caption content


With \placefloat[location][ref]{caption}{contents } you can declare that you want to take certain contents, and place them on the page as a (numbered) figure, table, graphic, or intermezzo, or as some other float type that you defined using \definefloat.


Example 1

% Need to tell ConTeXt where the cow picture is stored

    empty caption


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