#stop directive stops the rendering of a
template. The remaining part of the template after this directive is
discarded. The most common usage of this directive is debugging
Example 5.11. Using
#stop to end template
This part gets rendered in the output. #stop This part does not get rendered.
#stop directive can also be written as
 It is possible to do strange things by using the
#stop directive inside
#if ... #else
... #end blocks. As
#stop only ends
the rendering if it is actually rendered, it is possible to skip
over the directive.