This first example shows how to place the argument names and
definitions into a table when generating HTML output. This works only
with the argument list commands (start a list with + and end it
with -). Here are the definitions:
# You can get this by specifying -defn htmlargtbl.def to doctext. s_arg_list %n<TABLE BORDER=0> s_arg_inlist %n<TR><TD WIDTH=20></TD><TD ALIGN=LEFT VALIGN=TOP><B> e_arg_inlist </B></TD> s_defn_inlist <TD VALIGN=TOP> # The br is used to break the line in the event that the browser doesn't # support tables. It is better than nothing. e_defn_inlist <BR></TD></TR> e_arg_list </TABLE>%nThis example uses only the %n escape. The definitions are ordered as they would be used by doctext.
This second example makes tt text one size larger when
tt %f<TT><FONT SIZE=+1>%e="</FONT></TT>"The %f command is used to terminate any previous font style command. The %e command defines how to terminate this font style.