4.31 - [raw] Built-In
Mnemonic aid: raw for RAW local variable
[raw] is like [local] , except that it is intended for use only in the outmost, top-level context. It scans through the supplied content without processing it, and stores it in the specified local variable. The contents can then be retrieved using [v] or [lv] , again only in the outmost context, without being processed. This allows you to place blocks of code verbatim from a variable. When using HTML, you'd contain this within an inline HTML <div> </div> to control the display; if you feed the [raw] variable to any aa_macro operator, the content probably will be processed. There are a few operators, such as [getc] , that are specifically designed to take [raw] input.
[raw variableName content]
[raw test [i 123]]