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  • Section - In-line Gender Definitions
    [von Martin Oehm, 02.12.2011]
    [The grammatical gender of an object can be defined in the printed name, by
    adding one of the text substitutions m, f, n, or p directly after the name.]
    To say m:
        now the previously named noun is singular-named;
        now the grammatical gender of the previously named noun is masculine-gender.
    To say f:
        now the previously named noun is singular-named;
        now the grammatical gender of the previously named noun is feminine-gender.
    To say n:
        now the previously named noun is singular-named;
        now the grammatical gender of the previously named noun is neuter-gender.
    To say p:
        now the previously named noun is plural-named;
        now the grammatical gender of the previously named noun is neuter-gender.
        
    Include (-
    [ Gobble s;
            VM_PrintToBuffer(StorageForShortName, MAX_GOBBLE_PRINTED_NAME_LENGTH, der, s);
            RunParagraphOn();
        ];
    -).
    To gobble (o - an object): (- Gobble({o}); -).