## Tags

#foo#
Corresponds to the TeX ``\verb!foo!'', i.e. outputs ``foo'' verbatim.
@filename foo
Force the manual entry to go to the specified file.
{@link foo name}
Make a reference to a manual entry with name ``foo''. The link name is ``name''. The second parameter is optional.
\Date
Insert the current date and time (according to the current locale settings) into the documentation.
\IMG{filename}
Insert an image into the documentation.
\IMG[HTML parameters]{filename}
Insert an image into the documentation.
\IMG[HTML parameters][TeX parameters]{filename}
Insert an image into the documentation. Note that if you are using TeX output you'll have to tell DOC++ to include the `graphicx' TeX package.
\Label{foo}
Make a label with the name ``name''.
\Ref{foo}
Make a reference to a manual entry with name ``foo''.
\URL{foo}
Make a link to the WWW page ``foo''.
\URL[name]{foo}
Make a link to the WWW page ``foo'', with the name ``name''.
\TEX{foo}
Include the ``foo'' TeX code into your document. For HTML output DOC++ will run TeX to process it, produce GIFs out of it and includes them into the HTML document. NOTE: this requires `latex', `dvips', `ghostscript' and `ppmtools' to be correctly installed on your system!
\includegraphics
Same as `\IMG'.
\today
Same as `\Date'.

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