Inserting Remarks in Expressions in Report Design and User System Data
Anything that gINT does not understand between token delimiters [angle brackets] is ignored when outputting a report. You can use this fact to insert comments to explain complicated expressions.
Here are some examples:
<<Rem: Determine the mid-point of the sampled interval>>_<<Remark: Find the material graphic associated with the mid-point depth>>_<<Comment: Look up the description of the graphic>>_
The Rem, Remark, and Comment prefixes are not necessary, but we use these terms for the purposes of clarity.
Note the use of line continuations (underscores) at the end of each line in the above example. This breaks up complex expressions into readable sections and avoids adding carriage returns where you don't want them.
The key stroke short cut for inserting token delimiters is CTRL+, (comma).