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aephea-ref(7)							  MISCELLANEOUS 						     aephea-ref(7)

      aephea-ref - A description of the Aephea definitions for referencing

      The  following  definitions  are	used  by  the  Aephea simpledocument class as well as the Portable Unix Documentation (pud) manual and faq
      classes (see pud-man(7) and pud-faq(7)).

	Both macros take as first argument a label that uniquely defines the reference.  The second argument  is  a  vararg  containing  key-value

	These macros are usually not needed in Aephea classes; they are lower level facilities.

	The first argument is a label. The second argument should be a key associated with that label. The result is the value associated with the
	label/key pair.

	These macros are usually not needed in Aephea classes; they are lower level  facilities  used  by  high  level	Aephea	definitions  (e.g.
	iref#2, and secref#1).

	The argument is a label. The result is respectively the caption, number, or level associated with that label.

	The  first associates a number with the label that is in the first argument, and prints it inbeween square brackets. The label is anchored
	to this location. The second outputs the associated number inbetween brackets, and makes it carry a link to the anchor. For example, I	am
	about to create a link [1] and another link [2] to the items appearing below.

	[1] The first reference.

	[2] The second reference.

	If you prefer another bibliography style, find the macros and adapt them according to your needs - they are very simple.

eference#2  currently  writes  data  to  the file \__fnbase__.zmr, to be read back in using a load{\__fnbase__.zmr} statement.  This is
	automatically done when using any of the Aephea classes.

  aephea-ref 1.002, 10-008					      8 Jan 2010						       aephea-ref(7)

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