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pike.git/refdoc/keywords.txt:84:    name as that method. (look at the last example    below)       The rest of the line after @decl should follow real pike    syntax, but the ending semicolon is optional. There are    some differences though, notably it allows a type to be    specified for constants.      Arguments: <declaration>    Where: -  <declaration> is a valid Pike declaration. A trailing -  ";" is optional. +  <declaration> is a valid Pike declaration or annotation. +  A trailing ";" is optional.   Children: Documentation for the entity. After all @decl's may follow    one of @appears or @belongs.   Groups with: @decl   Examples:    //! @decl void explode(string victim);    //! @decl float root(float x)    //! @decl mapping(string:string) arguments;    //! Doc for these three disparate things.       //! @decl float cube(float f)