(texinfo)Writing a Menu
Writing a Menu ============== A menu consists of an `@menu' command on a line by itself followed by menu entry lines or menu comment lines and then by an `@end menu' command on a line by itself. A menu looks like this: @menu Larger Units of Text * Files:: All about handling files. * Multiples: Buffers. Multiple buffers; editing several files at once. @end menu In a menu, every line that begins with an `* ' is a "menu entry". (Note the space after the asterisk.) A line that does not start with an `* ' may also appear in a menu. Such a line is not a menu entry but is a menu comment line that appears in the Info file. In the example above, the line `Larger Units of Text' is a menu comment line; the two lines starting with `* ' are menu entries. Space characters in a menu are preserved as-is; this allows you to format the menu as you wish.
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