Most often, an Info cross reference looks like this:
or like this
*Note cross-reference-name: node-name.
In TeX, a cross reference looks like this:
See Section section-number [node-name], page page.
or like this
See Section section-number [title-or-topic], page page.
@xref command does not generate a period or comma to end
the cross reference in either the Info file or the printed output.
You must write that period or comma yourself; otherwise, Info will not
recognize the end of the reference. (The
@pxref command works
differently. See section
Please note: A period or comma must follow the closing brace of an
@xref. It is required to terminate the cross reference. This period or comma will appear in the output, both in the Info file and in the printed manual.
@xref must refer to an Info node by name. Use
to define the node (see section How to Write an
@xref is followed by several arguments inside braces, separated by
commas. Whitespace before and after these commas is ignored.
A cross reference requires only the name of a node; but it may contain up to four additional arguments. Each of these variations produces a cross reference that looks somewhat different.
Please note: Commas separate arguments in a cross reference; avoid including them in the title or other part lest the formatters mistake them for separators.
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