Q: Which commands can I supply back to LaTeX when it pauses on a line of code during compilation and is waiting for me to give it more information before proceeding?
E.g., in the post How do I use \show? (to which this question is a follow-up) I found that with
\show\section in my code the LaTeX compilation would pause and I would get useful information about
\section printed to the terminal. I could supply
X back to the terminal and have the program exit (printing that useful information already mentioned to a .log file).
Q: So, what other commands could I supply at this point?
I'm having trouble finding information on the web regarding this. The post Different LaTeX interaction modes mentions that
q will get LaTeX to proceed in a different, "quiet" mode. Running this, I see that something different is happening in the log-file. However (as with
Q: Is there a command I can supply that would sort of ignore the
\show\section command in my
.tex file and produce a