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<context source=yes mode=mkiv>
 
<context source=yes mode=mkiv>
 
\ctxcommand{doifelse(\userpage < 10)}{early page}{later page}
 
\ctxcommand{doifelse(\userpage < 10)}{early page}{later page}
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</context>
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== \ctxcommand vs. \cldcommand vs. \cldcommand ==
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<context source=yes mode=mkiv>
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  A
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  \ctxlua{commands.doif(true)}{one}
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  B
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  \cldcommand{doif("a","a","two")}
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  C
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  \ctxcommand{doif(true)}{three}
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  D
 
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</context>
  
 
== See also ==
 
== See also ==
 
* {{cmd|ctxlua}}
 
* {{cmd|ctxlua}}
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* {{cmd|ctxcommand}}
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* {{cmd|cldcontext}}
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* {{cmd|cldcommand}}
  
 
== Help from ConTeXt-Mailinglist/Forum ==
 
== Help from ConTeXt-Mailinglist/Forum ==

Revision as of 13:01, 29 November 2012

\ctxcommand

Syntax

\ctxcommand{...}
{...} lua command from in the command table

Description

To quickly access Lua commands in the command table, you can write e.g.

\ctxcommand{doifelse(\userpage < 10)}{early page}{later page}

instead of

\ctxlua{command.doifelse(\userpage < 10)}{early page}{later page}

.

Example

\ctxcommand{doifelse(\userpage < 10)}{early page}{later page}

\ctxcommand vs. \cldcommand vs. \cldcommand

  A
  \ctxlua{commands.doif(true)}{one}
  B
  \cldcommand{doif("a","a","two")}
  C
  \ctxcommand{doif(true)}{three}
  D

See also

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