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This does not produce the most efficient code, but it should
work as a first measure. For better strategies, see the
-groff info file and
+groff info file and groff_tmac(5).
Reading roff source files is easier, just reduce all double
backslashes to a single one in all macro
@@ -2248,9 +2248,9 @@
quences of the form with characters x and y. Some
of these exist in the usual font while most of them are only
available in the special font. Below you'll find a selec-
tion of the most important glyphs; a complete list can be
+found in groff_char(7).
@@ -3275,9 +3275,9 @@
The formatter programs are described in groff(1) and
troff(1); a complete of all predefined glyph names
-can be found in
+can be found in groff_char(7).
The classical ''troff'' documentation is available