Tab with Intervening Fill

Also known as: "Tab with Leader Dots"

What you need to know first: about Setting Tabs and Using them.

See also: the code for Absolute Tabs, which is very similar to this one.

Code Used: [tabP:A:F~X]

Keystroke: (None)

What does it do?

This command places the next word at a particular tab position and alignment, with filler characters leading to the word as in a table of contents.

Where would it be used?

To tab a word or group of words to a specific position, with leader characters between the prior word and the tabbed word.



Paper.........$30 plus tax

Usage in DBT:

Tab with intervening fill[<]



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Produces in Braille:

,tab ) 9t]v5+ fill          #a



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