UDO offers you four layers for Structure your documentation. These layers are called chapters, sections, subsections and paragraphs.
Using the command !node you tell UDO that a new chapter begins and you tell it how the chapter is named. The commands !subnode, !subsubnode and !subsubsubnode do the same for a section, subsection and paragraph.
Please note: You can also use the commands !begin_node and !end_node to structure your documentation.
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Da Bilder oft mehr sagen als tausend Worte, hier ein kleines Beispiel. Die (hier inhaltsleere) Befehlsfolge...
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!node A chapter !subnode A section !subsubnode A subsection !subsubsubnode A paragraph !node And a different chapter
The table of contents should look like this:
1 A chapter 1.1 A section 1.1.1 A subsection 188.8.131.52 A Paragraph 2 And a different chapter
Windows Help and ST-Guide may display text in dialog boxes, too. These so called popup nodes can be used with the following commands:
Furthermore you can create chapters that don't appear in the table of contents. Use these commands...