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- FWEB commands are flagged by an
@ symbol in the
WEB input file.
- Most TEX and LATEX commands can be used in the
WEB input file too, although with some caution: don't
try stretching things too far. Usually there is a way
to accomplish just about anything you wish, although
sometimes with a little bit of effort.
- These FWEB commands specify the language for
the following FWEB sections:
@n (or similar) command may be followed
by options, as in
- Tricky problems may arise if you try to be too clever,
// is a string concatentation operator
in Fortran. If you use the
for C++ style comments in your WEB file, you may
find it impossible to concatenate strings - and
you may not even notice it: all concatenation operations
will quietly vanish from the generated Fortran code.