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Re: single file documents with bibliographical references

Subject: Re: single file documents with bibliographical references
Date: Tue, 23 Jun 1998 13:13:56 +0200 (CEST)

Hello All,

Sorry for asking this question. Answer is yes. I should have better
read §5.1 (last three paragraphs) of Lout user manual (file

If a separate database file is not convenient for some reason, perhaps
because you need a self-contained document in a single file, the
@Code "@Reference" symbols may be incorporated into the document
itself, anywhere that ordinary text may appear.  Nothing will appear
where they are typed in, but Lout will notice them and treat them as if
they had come from a database file.  In this case no @Code "@Database"
symbol is needed unless you are referring to a database as well.

My public apologies to Jeff for asking an existing feature!

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N.B. Les opinions exprimees ici me sont personnelles et n engagent pas le CEA.

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