"Nodes" are the primary segments of a Texinfo file. They do not
themselves impose a hierarchic or any other kind of structure on a file.
Nodes contain "node pointers" that name other nodes, and can contain
"menus" which are lists of nodes. In Info, the movement commands can
carry you to a pointed-to node or to a node listed in a menu. Node
pointers and menus provide structure for Info files just as chapters,
sections, subsections, and the like, provide structure for printed
- * Two Paths
- Different commands to structure
Info output and printed output.
- * Node Menu Illustration
- A diagram, and sample nodes and menus.
- * node
- How to write a node, in detail.
- * makeinfo Pointer Creation
- How to create node pointers with `makeinfo'.
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