|The Org Mode 7 Reference Manual
by Carsten Dominik and others
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14.1 Structure of code blocks
The structure of code blocks is as follows:
#+srcname: <name> #+begin_src <language> <switches> <header arguments> <body> #+end_src
code blocks can also be embedded in text as so called inline code blocks as
- This name is associated with the code block. This is similar to the ‘#+tblname’ lines that can be used to name tables in Org-mode files. Referencing the name of a code block makes it possible to evaluate the block from other places in the file, other files, or from Org-mode table formulas (see section 15 The spreadsheet).
- The language of the code in the block.
- Switches controlling exportation of the code block (see switches discussion in section 11.3 Literal examples)
- Optional header arguments control many aspects of evaluation, export and tangling of code blocks. See the section 14.8 Header arguments section. Header arguments can also be set on a per-buffer or per-subtree basis using properties.
- The source code.
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