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== Example ==  
 
== Example ==  
  
  
 
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\usemodule[fields, abr-pseudocaps]
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\usemodule[fields,abr-pseudocaps]
  
 
\setupinteraction[state=start]
 
\setupinteraction[state=start]
  
 
\starttext
 
\starttext
 
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A few years back, \TEX\ could only produce \fillinfield [dvi]{\DVI}
A few years back, \TEX\ could only produce
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output, but nowadays, thanks to \fillinfield {Han The Thanh},
 
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we can also directly produce \fillinfield [pdf] {\PDF}! Nice eh?
\fillinfield [dvi]{\DVI} output,
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Actually, while the first field module was prototyped in \ACROBAT,
 
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the current implementation was debugged in \fillinfield [pdfTeX] {\PDFTEX}.
but nowadays, thanks to \fillinfield {Han The Thanh},
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Field support in \fillinfield [ConTeXt] {\CONTEXT} is rather advanced
 
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and complete and all kind of fields are supported. One can hook
we can also directly produce \fillinfield [pdf] {\PDF}!
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in appearances, and validation \fillinfield [JavaScripts] {\JAVASCRIPT}'s.
 
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Fields can be cloned and copied, where the latter saves some space.
Nice eh? Actually, while the first field module was prototyped
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By using \fillinfield {objects} when suited, this module saves space anyway.
 
 
in \ACROBAT, the current implementation was debugged in
 
 
 
\fillinfield [pdfTeX] {\PDFTEX}. Field support in \fillinfield
 
 
 
[ConTeXt] {\CONTEXT} is rather advanced and complete and all
 
 
 
kind of fields are supported. One can hook in appearances, and
 
 
 
validation \fillinfield [JavaScripts] {\JAVASCRIPT}’s. Fields
 
 
 
can be cloned and copied, where the latter saves some space. By
 
 
 
using \fillinfield {objects} when suited, this module saves
 
 
 
space anyway.
 
 
 
 
\stoptext
 
\stoptext
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== See also ==
 
== See also ==

Revision as of 17:56, 5 April 2011

\fillinfield

Syntax

\fillinfield[...]{...}
[...] text
{...} text

Example

\usemodule[fields,abr-pseudocaps]

\setupinteraction[state=start]

\starttext
A few years back, \TEX\ could only produce \fillinfield [dvi]{\DVI}
output, but nowadays, thanks to \fillinfield {Han The Thanh},
we can also directly produce \fillinfield [pdf] {\PDF}! Nice eh?
Actually, while the first field module was prototyped in \ACROBAT,
the current implementation was debugged in \fillinfield [pdfTeX] {\PDFTEX}.
Field support in \fillinfield [ConTeXt] {\CONTEXT} is rather advanced
and complete and all kind of fields are supported. One can hook
in appearances, and validation \fillinfield [JavaScripts] {\JAVASCRIPT}'s.
Fields can be cloned and copied, where the latter saves some space.
By using \fillinfield {objects} when suited, this module saves space anyway.
\stoptext

See also