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D.3. Command Prompts

There are likely as many ways of doing this as there are DocBook authors; however, here are two ways that you might find useful. Thanks to Y Giridhar Appaji Nag and Martin Brown for the markup used here.

Example D-1. Command Prompt with programlisting

 <programlisting>
	<prompt># </prompt><userinput><command>cd</command> /some/dir</userinput>
	<prompt># </prompt><userinput><command>ls</command> -l</userinput>
</programlisting>
	

Displays as:

 # cd /some/dir
# ls -l
    

Example D-2. Command Prompt with screen

First create a general entity in the internal subset at the very beginning of your document. This entity will define a name for the shortcut which you can use to display the full prompt at any point in your document. <!ENTITY prompt "<prompt>[user@machine ~/dir]$</prompt>">

For more information about entities, read Section D.8.

 <screen>
&prompt; <userinput>cd /some/dir</userinput>
&prompt; <userinput>ls -l</userinput> </screen>
	

Displays as:

 
[user@machine ~/dir]$ cd /some/dir 
[user@machine ~/dir]$ ls -l
  

If you would like to add the output of your commands you can add <computeroutput> text</computeroutput> within the <screen> or <programlisting> as appropriate.

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