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Manual Reference Pages  -  ORIG_ME (7)

NAME

orig_me - macros for formatting papers

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Files
Requests

SYNOPSIS

nroff -orig_me [ options ] file ...
troff -orig_me [ options ] file ...

DESCRIPTION

This package of nroff and troff macro definitions provides a canned formatting facility for tech%nical papers in various formats. When producing 2-column output on a terminal, filter the output through col(1).

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


.bpbegin new page .brbreak output line here .sp ninsert n spacing lines .ls n(line spacing) n=1 single, n=2 double space .nano alignment of right margin .ce ncenter next n lines .ul nunderline next n lines .sz +nadd n to point size
Output of the eqn, neqn, refer, and tbl(1) preprocessors for equations and tables is acceptable as input.

FILES

/usr/share/tmac/tmac.e
/usr/share/me/*

SEE ALSO

eqn(1), troff(1), refer(1), tbl(1)
-me Reference Manual, Eric P. Allman
Writing Papers with Nroff Using -me

REQUESTS

In the following list, “initialization” refers to the first .pp, .lp, .ip, .np, .sh, or .uh macro. This list is incomplete; see The -me Reference Manual for interesting details.

            \ka    
RequestInitialCauseExplanation    
 Value Break    
.(c    -    yesBegin centered block    .(d    -    noBegin delayed text    .(f    -    noBegin footnote    .(l    -    yesBegin list    .(q    -    yesBegin major quote    .(x x  -    noBegin indexed item in index x    .(z    -    noBegin floating keep    .)c    -    yesEnd centered block    .)d    -    yesEnd delayed text    .)f    -    yesEnd footnote    .)l    -    yesEnd list    .)q    -    yesEnd major quote    .)x    -    yesEnd index item    .)z    -    yesEnd floating keep    .++ m H-    noDefine paper section. m defines the 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).    .+c T  -    yesBegin chapter (or appendix, etc., as set by .++). T is the chapter title.    .1c    1    yesOne column format on a new page.    .2c    1    yesTwo column format.    .EN    -    yesSpace after equation produced by eqn or neqn.    .EQ x y-    yesPrecede equation; break out and add 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 equation.    .GE    -    yesEnd gremlin picture.    .GS    -    yesBegin gremlin picture.    .PE    -    yesEnd pic picture.    .PS    -    yesBegin pic picture.    .TE    -    yesEnd table.    .TH    -    yesEnd heading section of table.    .TS x  -    yesBegin table; if x is H table has repeated heading.    .ac A N-    noSet up for ACM style output. A is the Author’s name(s), N is the total number of pages. Must be given before the first initialization.    .b x   no   noPrint x in boldface; if no argument switch to boldface.    .ba +n 0    yesAugments the base indent by n. This indent is used to set the indent on regular text (like paragraphs).    .bc    no   yesBegin new column    .bi x  no   noPrint x in bold italics (nofill only)    .bu    -    yesBegin bulleted paragraph    .bx x  no   noPrint x in a box (nofill only).    .ef 'x'y'z'  ''''noSet even footer to x y z    .eh 'x'y'z'  ''''noSet even header to x y z    .fo 'x'y'z'  ''''noSet footer to x y z    .hx    -    noSuppress headers and footers on next page.    .he 'x'y'z'  ''''noSet header to x y z    .hl    -    yesDraw a horizontal line    .i x   no   noItalicize x; if x missing, italic text follows.    .ip x yno   yesStart indented paragraph, with hanging tag x. Indentation is y ens (default 5).    .lp    yes  yesStart left-blocked paragraph.    .lo    -    noRead in a file of local macros of the form .*x. Must be given before initialization.    .np    1    yesStart numbered paragraph.    .of 'x'y'z'  ''''noSet odd footer to x y z    .oh 'x'y'z'  ''''noSet odd header to x y z    .pd    -    yesPrint delayed text.    .pp    no   yesBegin paragraph. First line indented.    .r     yes  noRoman text follows.    .re    -    noReset tabs to default values.    .sc    no   noRead in a file of special characters and diacritical marks. Must be given before initialization.    .sh n x-    yesSection head follows, font automatically bold. n is level of section, x is title of section.    .sk    no   noLeave the next page blank. Only one page is remembered ahead.    .sm x  -    noSet x in a smaller pointsize.    .sz +n 10p  noAugment the point size by n points.    .th    no   noProduce the paper in thesis format. Must be given before initialization.    .tp    no   yesBegin title page.    .u x   -    noUnderline argument (even in troff). (Nofill only).    .uh    -    yesLike .sh but unnumbered.    .xp x  -    noPrint index x.

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