Perl6::Pod::FormattingCode::C - Contained text is code
=para Use C<=config> for this or C<< $i > 4 >>;
C<> formatting code specifies that the contained text is code; that is, something that might appear in a program or specification. Such content would typically be rendered in a fixed-width font (preferably a different font from that used for the
K<> formatting codes) or with <samp>...</samp> tags. The contents of a
C<> code are space-preserved and verbatim. The
C<> code is the inline equivalent of the =code block.
To include other formatting codes in a
C<> code, you can lexically reconfigure it:
=begin para =config C<> :allow<E I> Perl 6 makes extensive use of the C<E<laquo>> and C<E<raquo>> characters, for example, in a hash look-up: C<%hashI<E<laquo>>keyI<E<raquo>>> =end para
To enable entities in every
C<...> put a =config
C<E> at the top of the document
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