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This directory is a container for examples of code used in books about (La)TeX.

Subdirectories of examples available are:

  • FirstSteps First Steps in LaTeX
  • lgc LaTeX Graphics Companion
  • lwc LaTeX Web Companion
  • tip TeX in Practice
  • tlc2 The LaTeX Companion, second edition
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Creating documents with LaTeX is simple and fun. In contrast to Word, you start off with a plain text file (.tex file) which contains LaTeX code and the actual content (i.e. text). LaTeX uses control statements, which define how your content should be formatted. Before you can see what the final result looks like, the LaTeX compiler will take your .tex file and compile it into a .pdf file.
This tutorial takes you through the process of creating a document in LaTeX, a powerful open source typesetting system, using GNU Emacs.

In his excellent article, An introduction to creating documents in LaTeX, author Aaron Cocker introduces the LaTeX typesetting system and explains how to create a LaTeX document using TeXstudio. He also lists a few LaTeX editors that many users find helpful in creating LaTeX documents.

This comment on the article by Greg Pittman caught my attention: "LaTeX seems like an awful lot of typing when you first start...". This is true. LaTeX involves a lot of typing and debugging, if you missed a special character like an exclamation mark, which can discourage many users, especially beginners. In this article, I will introduce you to GNU Emacs and describe how to use it to create LaTeX documents.
This is a guide to the LaTeX typesetting system. It is intended as a useful resource for everybody, from new users who wish to learn, to old hands who need a quick reference.
LATEX is a typesetting system that is very suitable for producing scientific and mathematical documents of high typographical quality. It is also suitable for producing all sorts of other documents, from simple letters to

complete books. LATEX uses TEX as its formatting engine.

This short introduction describes LATEX 2ε and should be sufficient for most applications of LATEX.
LATEX is the standard mathematical typesetting program. This document is for people who have never used LATEX before and just want a quick crash course to get started. I encourage all students in mathematics and theoretical computer science to learn LATEX so you can use it to typeset your problem sets; your TA’s will love you if you do.

For a more comprehensive introduction, check out
Learn to typeset documents in the LaTeX text markup language.

LaTeX (pronounced lay-tech) is a method of creating documents using plain text, stylized using markup tags, similar to HTML/CSS or Markdown. LaTeX is most commonly used to create documents for academia, such as academic journals. In LaTeX, the author doesn't stylize the document directly, like in a word processor such as Microsoft Word, LibreOffice Writer, or Apple Pages;�instead they write code in plain text that must be compiled to produce a PDF
TeXstudio is an integrated writing environment for creating LaTeX documents. Our goal is to make writing LaTeX as easy and comfortable as possible. Therefore TeXstudio has numerous features like syntax-highlighting, integrated viewer, reference checking and various assistants. For more details see the features.

TeXstudio is open source and is available for all major operating systems.
The Office Key is a new key that you’ll find on Microsoft keyboards. It lets you quickly launch apps like Word, but you can remap it with AutoHotkey to act as an extra modifier key or disable the app shortcuts microsoft
SageThumbs is a powerful shell extension allowing to preview enormous amount of image formats directly in Windows Explorer by using Pierre-e Gougelet's GFL library
Software for MS-DOS machines that represent entertainment and games. The collection includes action, strategy, adventure and other unique genres of game and entertainment software. Through the use of the EM-DOSBOX in-browser emulator, these programs are bootable and playable. Please be aware this browser-based emulation is still in beta - contact Jason Scott, Software Curator, if there are issues or questions. Thanks to eXo for contributions and assistance with this archive.

Thank you for your feedback - we will continue to upgrade/bugfix the emulator going  2019-10-17
This web based software suite has 55 image editing and painting tools on one easy to use page.

Mara is a web-based software suite for quick image editing and painting with 55 tools to edit and paint images. All the tools are on one page for easy access. It has several of the same tools used in Photoshop without downloading anything and is beginner friendly and suitable for all levels of experience.

The site has all the basic tools like resize, crop, rotate, auto fix, blur, sharpen, fix red eye, etc.

There are filters and effects, image transformation tools, image enhancement tools, painting tools, stickers, frames, and fonts.

There are a few tools that aren't very common such as a steganography tool, and an ASCII art tool. There are some tools in Photoshop that aren't available here, such as erase.

Here's the list of the tools:

3d Analglyph, ANSI art, APNG/AWebP editor, art, ASCII art, auto fix, blur, brightness/contrast, bulge/pinch, bump, color picker, converter, color tint, convertor, crop, curves, dropper, Exif, frame, GIF editor, Glitcher, grayscale (black and white), hue/saturation, invert colors, kaleidoscope, mirror, mosaic, noise, opacity, optimize palette, overlay, palette extractor, perspective, pixelate, PNG metadata, pop, RAW, red eye, resize, rotate, sharpen, sketchpad, skew, smooth, splitter, Steganography, stickers, straighten, threshold, twirl, type, Vector graphics editor, vibrance, vignette, vintage, and wave.

Tools have the option to save, close, or open the image you're working on in another tool so you don't have to return to the tool list.
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Python is a no-BS programming language. Readability and simplicity of design are two of the biggest reasons for its immense popularity.

As the Zen of Python says:

Beautiful is better than ugly.

Explicit is better than implicit.

This is why it is worthwhile to remember some common Python tricks to help improve your code design. These will save you the trouble of surfing Stack Overflow every time you need to do something.

The following tricks will prove handy in your day-to-day coding exercises.
Since I've written many articles on how I am using elements and features from Org mode, I decided to introduce a new blog series for these articles. I also added already published articles to this series in case their topic fits this category.

It is crucial to know that these articles are my personal approach to deal with various situations within Org mode. It is driven by my own requirements and use-cases. It is not an exhaustive reference on how to use things from the great Org mode manual. Some articles do not even provide solutions. Sometimes, articles just mention things where I'm struggling with or shed a light on things to be aware of when using Org mode for a long period of time.
There are tens of thousands of extensions in the Visual Studio Marketplace. Some good, some bad, and when you’re adding untrusted 3rd party code to your development workflow, less is more.

I’ve spent countless hours the last few weeks scouring the internet for the most interesting and useful Visual Studio Code extensions to maximize our time spent developing!unity
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