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#lang scribble/manual
@; This is a Scribble comment.
@; If you want links to online docs, `require` the module(s) using
@; `for-label`:
@(require (for-label racket))
@title{Example of Non-Post Scribble Page. And a λ char.}
This is an example of a non-post page written in Scribble.
Here's some @hyperlink[""
"Bullshit Ipsum"].
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technologies aggregate addelivery viral--communities dynamic
functionalities. Mindshare engineer viral A-list: cross-platform remix
engage social cross-media social innovate distributed matrix
experiences monetize utilize innovative. Action-items transition
recontextualize sexy Cluetrain envisioneer, "vortals communities
evolve technologies sexy methodologies." Enhance grow compelling
iterate architect matrix plug-and-play reinvent scale, distributed
incentivize, extend.
@section[#:style 'unnumbered]{A Section}
I am some text.
@subsection[#:style 'unnumbered]{A SubSection}
A @racket[codeblock] uses curly braces and @emph{does} retain
;; Finds Racket sources in all subdirs
(for ([path (in-directory)])
(when (regexp-match? #rx"[.]rkt$" path)
(printf "source file: ~a\n" path)))
(define (foo #:bar bar)
A @racket[racketblock] uses square brackets and does @emph{not}
retain comments:
;; Finds Racket sources in all subdirs
(for ([path (in-directory)])
(when (regexp-match? #rx"[.]rkt$" path)
(printf "source file: ~a\n" path)))
(define (foo #:bar bar)
Here is a @racket[interaction]:
@(require racket/sandbox
@(define my-tr-evaluator
(parameterize ([sandbox-output 'string]
[sandbox-error-output 'string])
(make-evaluator 'typed/racket/base)))
@interaction[#:eval my-tr-evaluator
(: my-sqr (Real -> Real))
(define (my-sqr x)
(* x x))
(my-sqr 42)]
Here's a fancier one:
(require slideshow/pict)
(define rainbow-colors
'("red" "orange" "yellow" "green" "blue" "purple"))
(for/list ([c rainbow-colors])
(colorize (filled-rounded-rectangle 20 20) c))
(for/list ([c rainbow-colors]
[dir (in-cycle '(right left))])
(standard-fish 25 25 #:color c #:direction dir))
(cc-superimpose (cloud 100 80 "lightblue")
(cloud 90 70 "white"))
(hc-append 10
(standard-fish 30 30 #:color "red" #:direction 'right)
(standard-fish 25 20 #:color "blue" #:direction 'left)))
How about non-Racket code? You can ask Pygments to syntax highlight it
for you, like so:
@(require frog/scribble)
@pygment-code[#:lang "js"]{
* Some JavaScript
function foo()
if (counter <= 10)
// it works!
You can’t perform that action at this time.