# \getbuffer

## Syntax (autogenerated)

 \getbuffer[...,...] [...,...] buffer

## Syntax

 \getbuffer[buffer] [buffer] name of the buffer

## Description

With `\getbuffer[mybuffer]` you can get back the "formatted" content of buffer `mybuffer`, which was previously defined by command \startbuffer.

To get back the verbatim content of the buffer use the command \typebuffer.

## Example

```\starttext

\startbuffer[mybuffer]
This is a text, which is stored in the buffer with name \quotation{mybuffer}.
\stopbuffer

\getbuffer[mybuffer]

\stoptext
```

produces

## See also

• \input - Include the complete content of a text file.
• \startbuffer - Define the content of a temporary buffer.
• \typebuffer - Get back the content of a buffer as verbatim text.

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