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FWEB supports several types of comments
- All material until and including the next newline
is completely ignored by ftangle and fweave.
- This is a standard TEX comment. It will be passed on to
a generated TEX file, and then ignored both by
TEX and LATEX. Must not be used in the code
- This kind of a comment will be ignored by
ftangle, but it will be formatted by fweave.
These comments are designed for the code part, so that
mathematical formulae can appear right next to the code
lines they correspond to. They will not be visible in the
generated Fortran (or C) codes though.
- As above, but the comment is automatically
terminated by a newline.
- This is
a verbatim comment. It is processed
both by ftangle and fweave. These comments are
passed on to a generated Fortran (or C) code. Do not use
TEX directives in them. Ftangle will use
language specific commenting when writing those
on Fortran (or C) files.