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Latest revision as of 20:46, 13 January 2020

\starttyping

Syntax (autogenerated)

\starttyping[...=...,...] ... \stoptyping
...=...,...inherits from \setuptyping


\starttyping[...=...,...] ... \stoptyping
instance of \starttyping


\starttyping[...,...] ... \stoptyping
[...,...]continue


\starttyping[...,...] ... \stoptyping
instance of \starttyping


Description

Typeset verbatim code.

Usually you will use an instance of "typing", like TEX:

\startTEX
Here’s a \emph{stupid} example for \TeX-Code.
\stopTEX


Comment

Use the \typefile command to include the contents of a file like a \starttyping ... \stoptyping block.

Example

See also

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