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 ====Usage==== ====Usage====
  
-The <<​button>>​ macro should be provided with a link:+The <<​button>>​ macro should be provided with a link in a string:
  
->​%%<<​%%button %%[[%%//​displayed text//​|//​passage name//​%%]]>>​%%+>​%%<<​%%button %%"[[%%//​displayed text//​|//​passage name//%%]]">>%%
  
 The resulting button behaves identically to the link, but, when clicked, additionally causes the data entered into [[<<​textinput>>​]],​ [[<<​radio>>​]] and [[<<​checkbox>>​]] macros to be placed in the [[variable]]s. The resulting button behaves identically to the link, but, when clicked, additionally causes the data entered into [[<<​textinput>>​]],​ [[<<​radio>>​]] and [[<<​checkbox>>​]] macros to be placed in the [[variable]]s.
  
 For instance, if the macro ''<<​textinput $FoodName>>''​ appears in the same passage with a <<​button>>,​ and the  text "​pretzels"​ has been entered into the input box, then clicking the button will, in addition to changing passages, run the equivalent of ''<<​set $FoodName to "​pretzels">>''​. For instance, if the macro ''<<​textinput $FoodName>>''​ appears in the same passage with a <<​button>>,​ and the  text "​pretzels"​ has been entered into the input box, then clicking the button will, in addition to changing passages, run the equivalent of ''<<​set $FoodName to "​pretzels">>''​.
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