export-example.tex / last modification: 2020-01-30 14:16
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  [title=Export Example,
   author=Hans Hagen,










\startparagraph \input zapf (Zapf) \stopparagraph

    Watching a \interesting {movie} after reading a review on \goto{my favourite movie
    reviews site}[url(http://outlawvern.com/)] is much more fun. \footnote {Just a note.}

     {\externalfigure[hacker.jpg][width=3cm]} {first}
     {\externalfigure[hacker.jpg][width=4cm]} {second}
     {\externalfigure[hacker.jpg][width=2cm]} {third}

\startparagraph \input zapf (Zapf) \stopparagraph


\startparagraph \input tufte (Tufte) \stopparagraph


\startparagraph \input tufte (Tufte) \stopparagraph

    \startitem \input ward (Ward) \stopitem
    \startitem \input knuth (Knuth) \stopitem

    \startitem \input zapf (Zapf) \stopitem
    \startitem \input tufte (Tufte) \stopitem

\startparagraph \input zapf (Zapf) \stopparagraph

\startdescription {Ward} \input ward \stopdescription

\startdescription {Tufte} \input tufte \stopdescription

\startparagraph \input knuth (Knuth) \stopparagraph

e = mc^2

Okay, it's somewhat boring to always use the same formula, so how about
$\sqrt{4} = 2$ or travelling at \unit{120 km/h} instead of $\unit{110 km/h}$.

\bTR \bTD test \eTD \bTD test \eTD \eTR
\bTR \bTD[nx=2] test \eTD \eTR

\NC left \NC right \NC \input ward \NC \NR
\NC l    \NC r     \NC \input ward \NC \NR

It looks like we're using \CONTEXT\ to produce some kind of \XML\ output.