(texinfo)makeinfo top command
The `@top' Sectioning Command
A special sectioning command, `@top', has been created for use with
the `@node Top' line. The `@top' sectioning command tells `makeinfo'
that it marks the `Top' node in the file. It provides the information
that `makeinfo' needs to insert node pointers automatically. Write the
`@top' command at the beginning of the line immediately following the
`@node Top' line. Write the title on the remaining part of the same
line as the `@top' command.
In Info, the `@top' sectioning command causes the title to appear on a
line by itself, with a line of asterisks inserted underneath.
In TeX and `texinfo-format-buffer', the `@top' sectioning command is
merely a synonym for `@unnumbered'. Neither of these formatters
require an `@top' command, and do nothing special with it. You can use
`@chapter' or `@unnumbered' after the `@node Top' line when you use
these formatters. Also, you can use `@chapter' or `@unnumbered' when
you use the Texinfo updating commands to create or update pointers and
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