Proper usage of {{ < css.inline > }}

I am learning to insert inline CSS in a Markdown file and saw someone post a page with all the inline CSS organized at the bottom of the page using

{{ < css.inline > }}
     .myclassname {
font-size: 2rem;
{{< /css.inline > }}

I have searched through Hugo documentation to learn about this usage and cannot find any information. Where does the css.inline block come from? Is this standard Markdown, built-in templating in Hugo, part of HTML? Any pointers to documentation would be appreciated so that I can understand how that block works.

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Completely answered my question. Thanks!

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