<keyword> element identifies
a keyword or token, such as a single value from an enumerated list,
the name of a command or parameter, product name, or a lookup key
for a message.
A keyword contains any text that has a unique or key-like value, such as a product name. Where
there is an element that has a better meaning for what you are describing, use that element. The
<keyword> element is a generic element; use it when no other element applies.
<keyword> element can also be used to contain reusable text.
Specialized elements derived from
might also have extended processing, such as different
formatting or automatic indexing.
<indexterm> elements in the
<keywords> metadata element are considered part of the topic's
metadata and should be processed as appropriate for the given output medium.
<keyword> element can be used inline, the
element is not an
inline element. The
<keywords> element only appears in the
<prolog> elements; it is
used to specify keywords that apply to the topic.
See appendix for information about this element in OASIS document type shells.
<p>The <keyword>assert</keyword> pragma statement allows messages to be passed to the emulator, pre-compiler, etc..</p> <p>The <keyword id="myProduct">AmazingProduct</keyword> can make use of this feature to do really neat stuff.</p>