@chapter identifies a chapter in the document. Write the
command at the beginning of a line and follow it on the same line by
the title of the chapter.
For example, this chapter in this manual is entitled "Chapter
@chapter line looks like this:
@chapter Chapter Structuring
In TeX, the
@chapter command creates a chapter in the
document, specifying the chapter title. The chapter is numbered
In Info, the
@chapter command causes the title to appear on a
line by itself, with a line of asterisks inserted underneath. Thus,
in Info, the above example produces the following output:
Chapter Structuring *******************
Texinfo also provides a command
@centerchap, which is analogous
@unnumbered, but centers its argument in the printed output.
This kind of stylistic choice is not usually offered by Texinfo.
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