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$Date: 2002/06/12 11:18:32 $
refnamediv — The name, purpose, and classification of a reference page
refnamediv ::= (refdescriptor?,refname+,refpurpose,refclass*, (remark|link|olink|ulink)*)
The RefClass may be presented, or it may be suppressed and used only to select a group of reference pages to process. You might use the value of RefClass to print all the reference pages appropriate to Solaris™ UNIX, for example.
Formatting reference pages may require a fairly sophisticated processing system. Much of the meta-information about a reference page (its name, type, purpose, title, and classification) is stored in wrappers near the beginning of the RefEntry.
Common presentational features, such as titles and running headers, may require data from several of these wrappers plus some generated text. Other formatting often requires that these elements be reordered.
These elements contain refnamediv: refentry.