If you want to turn a text document into SGML to port it to other formats, this is the way to go:
<!doctype linuxdoc system> <article> <title>Title Goes Here</title> <author> name of author, author's e-mail, etc. </author> <date> version and date </date>
<toc>tag, which stands for Table Of Contents.
<sect>The Title Of The Chapterand add the
</sect>tag at the end of the chapter.
Note : You don't have to put the chapter number, this is done automatically.
<sect1>and they end with
n=2, 3, or 4 in a similar way.
</bf>(bold face), or
This is a four lines list: - first line goes here - second line comes next - yet another one - that's it.you must replace it with:
This is a four lines list: <itemize> <item>first line goes here <item>second line come next <item>yet another one <item>that's it. </itemize>
<verb> 10 REM Oh my God what's this? 20 REM I thought this had long disappeared! 30 PRINT "I am back to"; 40 PRINT "save the world." 50 INPUT "From whom, do you reckon? ",M$ 60 IF M$="Bill" THEN PRINT "Thou art wise.":GOTO PARADISE 70 ELSE PRINT "You ain't got a clue...":GOTO RICHMOND </verb>
Закладки на сайте
Проследить за страницей
Created 1996-2022 by Maxim Chirkov
Добавить, Поддержать, Вебмастеру