Reference : Some misunderstood or unknown tricks (II) (LaTeX)
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Engineering, computing & technology : Computer science
http://hdl.handle.net/2268/66964
Some misunderstood or unknown tricks (II) (LaTeX)
English
[fr] Certaines astuces inconnues ou mal comprises (II) (LaTeX)
Merciadri, Luca mailto [Université de Liège - ULg > > > 1re an. bac. sc. ing., or. ing. civil]
Nov-2010
TUGboat
TeX Users Group
31
3
191-193
No
International
0896-3207
Providence
RI
[en] TUGboat ; LaTeX ; tips
[en] LaTeX is written in such a way that even skilled TeXnicians sometimes learn new tricks, or come to problems or errors that they cannot solve, or explain. This time, our article will be divided in two (imaginary) parts: the first (Section 2) will treat
1. Avoiding erroneous references for floats, and the second (the rest) will give, as in my preceding paper, some ways to achieve special things in LaTeX2e. These tricks are often explained on the Internet, but very difficult to find. The second part will then speak about
2. Exporting spreadsheets into LaTeX,
3. Writing QED symbols as nicely as possible,
4. Counting the number of pages and tables,
5. Writing messages on would-be blank pages,
6. Writing dots in matrices,
7. Drawing logic gates,
8. Writing enumerations with textcircled numbers.
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