Perl6::Pod::FormattingCode::M - class of M code
=begin pod =use CustomCode TT<> sds M<TT: test_code> =end pod
Perldoc modules can define their own formatting codes, using the code. An code must start with a colon-terminated scheme specifier. The rest of the enclosed text is treated as the (verbatim) contents of the formatting code. For example:
=use Perldoc::TT TT<> =head1 Overview of the M<TT: $CLASSNAME > class (version M<TT: $VERSION>) M<TT: get_description($CLASSNAME) >
The formatting code is the inline equivalent of a named block.
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Copyright (C) 2009-2010 by Zahatski Aliaksandr
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