In Texinfo, code is often illustrated in examples that are delimited
@end example, or by
@end lisp. In such examples, you can indicate the results of
evaluation or an expansion using ‘⇒’ or
‘→’. Likewise, there are commands to insert glyphs to
indicate printed output, error messages, equivalence of expressions,
the location of point in an editor, and GUI operation sequences.
The glyph-insertion commands do not need to be used within an example, but most often they are. All glyph-insertion commands are followed by empty braces.
|• Glyphs Summary:|
|• @result:||How to show the result of expression.|
|• @expansion:||How to indicate an expansion.|
|• @print:||How to indicate generated output.|
|• @error:||How to indicate an error message.|
|• @equiv:||How to indicate equivalence.|
|• @point:||How to indicate the location of point.|
|• Click Sequences:||Inserting GUI usage sequences.|