Paste number 14827: Markup example

Paste number 14827: Markup example
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default-style [
    {
        { $heading "A heading" }
        {
            "While Factor may run on other Unix platforms (Solaris/Sparc, Linux/Alpha, and so on), the native compiler will not be available, and thus much functionality will be missing. In particular, the following features require the native compiler and only work on supported platforms:"
        }
        
        { $subheading "A subheading" }
        {
            $emphasis
            "Note that on x86 systems, Factor _cannot_ be compiled with gcc 3.3. This is due to a bug in gcc and there is nothing we can do about it. Please use gcc 2.95, 3.4, or 4.0."
        }
        
        { $subheading "Some code" }
        {
            $code ": range-map ( i ranges -- ? ) dupd [ first - ] binsearch* first2 between? ;"
        }
        { $subheading "An inline word definition" }
        { $see append }
        { $subheading "Some word links" }
        { $link append } { $terpri }
        { $link nth } { $terpri }
        { $link set-nth } { $terpri }
    } print-element terpri*
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