Paragraph Indenting ------------------- The Texinfo processors may insert whitespace at the beginning of the first line of each paragraph, thereby indenting that paragraph. You can use the `@paragraphindent' command to specify this indentation. Write an `@paragraphindent' command at the beginning of a line followed by either `asis' or a number: @paragraphindent INDENT The indentation is according to the value of INDENT: `asis' Do not change the existing indentation (not implemented in TeX). 0 Omit all indentation. N Indent by N space characters in Info output, by N ems in TeX. The default value of INDENT is `asis'. `@paragraphindent' is ignored for HTML output. Write the `@paragraphindent' command before or shortly after the end-of-header line at the beginning of a Texinfo file. (If you write the command between the start-of-header and end-of-header lines, the region formatting commands indent paragraphs as specified.) A peculiarity of the `texinfo-format-buffer' and `texinfo-format-region' commands is that they do not indent (nor fill) paragraphs that contain `@w' or `@*' commands. Note: Refilling Paragraphs, for further information.
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