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Using the @inner tag will mark a symbol as an inner member of its parent symbol. This means it can be referred to by "Parent~Child".
Using @inner will override a doclet's default scope (unless it is in the global scope, in which case it will remain global).
Note that in the above we could have used "@function MyNamespace~myFunction" instead of the @memberof and @inner tags.
In the above example, we use @inner to force a member of a namespace to be documented as an inner
member (by default, it would be a static member). This means that
foo now has the longname
MyNamespace~foo instead of