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5.10 @subsection and Other Subsub Commands

The fourth and lowest level sectioning commands in Texinfo are the ‘subsub’ commands. They are:

@subsubsection

Subsubsections are to subsections as subsections are to sections. (See section @subsection: Subsections Below Sections.) Subsubsection titles appear in the table of contents.

@unnumberedsubsubsec

Unnumbered subsubsection titles appear in the table of contents, but lack numbers. Otherwise, unnumbered subsubsections are the same as subsubsections.

@appendixsubsubsec

Conventionally, appendix commands are used only for appendices and are lettered and numbered appropriately. They also appear in the table of contents.

@subsubheading

The @subsubheading command may be used anywhere that you want a small heading that will not appear in the table of contents.

As with subsections, @unnumberedsubsubsec and @appendixsubsubsec do not need to be used in ordinary circumstances, because @subsubsection may also be used within subsections of @unnumbered and @appendix chapters (see section @section: Sections Below Chapters).

In Info, ‘subsub’ titles are underlined with periods. For example,

@subsubsection This is a subsubsection

might produce

1.2.3.4 This is a subsubsection
...............................

The TeX, HTML, Docbook, and XML output is all analogous to the chapter-level output, just “three levels down”; see section @chapter: Chapter Structuring.


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