Parsing RTF document

As an example, the following RTF code:

This is some {\b bold} text.\par
would be rendered like this when read by an appropriate word processor:

This is some bold text.

A backslash (\) starts an RTF control code. The \par control code indicates a new line, and \b switches to a bold typeface. Braces ({ and }) define a group; the example uses a group to limit the scope of the \b control code. Everything else will be treated as clear text, or the text to be formatted. A valid RTF document is a group starting with the \rtf control code.

See also: XSL FO.
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