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NAME    [Toc]    [Back]

       groff_me - troff macros for formatting papers

SYNOPSIS    [Toc]    [Back]

       groff -me [ options ] file ...
       troff -me [ options ] file ...

DESCRIPTION    [Toc]    [Back]

       This  manual  page  describes  the  GNU version of the -me
       macros, which is part of  the  groff  document  formatting
       system.   This version can be used with both GNU troff and
       Unix troff.  This package of troff macro definitions  provides
 a canned formatting facility for technical papers in
       various formats.

       The macro requests are defined below.  Many troff requests
       are  unsafe  in  conjunction  with  this package, however,
       these requests may be used with impunity after  the  first

              .bp     begin new page
              .br     break output line here
              .sp n   insert n spacing lines
              .ls n   (line spacing) n=1 single, n=2 double space
              .na     no alignment of right margin
              .ce n   center next n lines
              .ul n   underline next n lines

       Output  of  the  pic, eqn, refer, and tbl preprocessors is
       acceptable as input.

FILES    [Toc]    [Back]


SEE ALSO    [Toc]    [Back]

       groff(1), troff(1)
       -me Reference Manual, Eric P. Allman
       Writing Papers with Groff Using -me

REQUESTS    [Toc]    [Back]

       This list is incomplete; see The -me Reference Manual  for
       interesting details.

Request      Initial Cause Explanation
             Value   Break

Groff Version 1.15         9 April 2000                         1
                           part of the paper, and can be C (chapter),
  A  (appendix),  P (preliminary,
                           e.g.,  abstract,  table  of  contents,
                           etc.),  B (bibliography), RC (chapters
                           renumbered from page  one  each  chapter),
  or RA (appendix renumbered from
                           page one).
                           set  by .++).  T is the chapter title.
                           or neqn.
                           space.  Equation  number  is  y.   The
                           optional argument x may be I to indent
                           equation (default), L  to  left-adjust
                           the equation, or C to center the equa-(yes)                       section                       -(yes)


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