# \at

## Summary

The command \at is used for referencing using a page number.

## Settings

 \at{...}{...}[...] {...} text {...} text [...] reference

OptionExplanation
Prefix of the referenced label
Suffix of the referenced label

## Description

Inserts the page number of a location in the document which has been marked with a label (e.g. an equation, figure, section, enumerated item). The curly braces are optional and contain prefix and suffix, the square brackets contain the logical label to which you are referring.

## Examples

### Example 1

The following example shows all three variants of the command \at.

Note: In the third sentence a whitespace after the referenced page number is forced with ~ (tilde).

\setuppapersize[A5]

\placeformula[eq:pythagoras]
\startformula
a^2 + b^2 = c^2
\stopformula

Pythagoras' theorem is shown on \at[eq:pythagoras].

Pythagoras' theorem is shown on \at{page}[eq:pythagoras].

Pythagoras' theorem is shown on \at{page}{~and page 2}[eq:pythagoras].


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