A typical function definition looks like
(strcat string string -> string ) File: job.t Status: alpha
strcatfunction concatenates two strings and returns the resulting string.
The first line gives the name of the function followed by
the the number of values it accepts and returns, separated
->. There may be more than one line like this if
the function does several distinct tasks depending on the
types of its parameters. Groups of related functions may
also be listed one per line here. Operators other than
functions (such as function definition, variable assignment,
and control structure operators) give a synoptic usage
example rather than a simple argsIn/argsOut declaration.
The second line gives the source file implementing the function.
The third line will be one of:
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