Write a start-of-header line on the second line of a Texinfo file.
Follow the start-of-header line with
@settitle lines and, optionally, with other command lines, such
@footnotestyle; and then by an
end-of-header line (see section End of Header).
With these lines, you can format part of a Texinfo file for Info or typeset part for printing.
A start-of-header line looks like this:
@c %**start of header
The odd string of characters, `%**', is to ensure that no other comment is accidentally taken for a start-of-header line.
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