Section Intro: Example Module
The functions in this module are simply here to demonstrate how to write
new dynamically loadable modules for Meta-HTML for your own application
needs, and don't really perform any services that couldn't be better
performed in other ways. However, the <apropos> function in this
module might be of use in an interactive Web page -- see Html Helpers
for more information, as well as reading the source code in
Search through all Meta-HTML symbols for REGEXP, and return a newline separated list of those symbols which match.
Generally meant for interactive use.
Note that this is simply a long documentation comment in the source, to demonstrate how to document new commands that you might write in a Meta-HTML dynamically loadable module.
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