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## Re: GDP: introducing examples

 From: Mark Knoop Subject: Re: GDP: introducing examples Date: Fri, 19 Oct 2007 11:45:43 +0100 User-agent: Thunderbird 2.0.0.5 (X11/20070727)

```Graham Percival wrote:
> Currently we have a few different ways of introducing examples in the
> docs.  Should we standardize on a particular way, or just let doc
> writers do whatever they want?
>
> Currently we have a combination of four different ways.
>
> 1)  The text just continues directly into
>
>     c'4\mf
>
> 2)  The text suggests that one may do foo,
>
>     c'4^"foo"
>
> 3)  The text directs the reader to the following example:
>
>     << c'4 { e g } >>
>
> 4)  The text forms a complete sentence.
>
>     c'4^-\mark \default
>
>
> Should allow all?  Specify one method?  Disallow one or two methods?

I prefer 4, 3, 2, 1 (in that order). But I don't think standardisation
is necessary, although perhaps an official preference could be specified.

--
Mark Knoop