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Example of a floating rendering rule

We now give an example of a rendering rule[+] that floats instances of object footnote to the end of the containing paragraph. This rule uses delay-until.


After rendering instances of object [tex2html_wrap5874], function read-aloud forces all delayed actions that are triggered by the class-name of [tex2html_wrap5876]. Thus, to make footnotes float to the end of the containing paragraph, all the user need do is to activate the above rendering rule. A rule that floats all figures[+] to the end of a chapter is:


where Lisp macro (without-rule (o r) b) executes statements b with rule r for object type o deactivated.

TV Raman
Thu Mar 9 20:10:41 EST 1995