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Mark Carter wrote at 09/04/2011 08:27 AM:<br>
<pre wrap="">Does "scribble/comment-reader" do what you need?
Unfortunately, I can't really say, as the Racket documentation on my machine seems to be broken at the moment :( All I'm trying to do is put in a literal semi-colon. I've tried ;; and @; , but that's not it.
There is always a public copy of the documentation:<br>
<a class="moz-txt-link-freetext" href="http://doc.racket-lang.org/scribble/scribble_manual_code.html#(part._.Typesetting_.Comments)">http://doc.racket-lang.org/scribble/scribble_manual_code.html#(part._.Typesetting_.Comments)</a><br>
Note that the "@racket" thing you mentioned is for typesetting actual
Racket code, not arbitrary text. When typesetting Racket code,
Scribble doesn't normally include Racket comments (which usually start
with ";"). So I think that's why you're having trouble putting a
semicolon in there.<br>
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