I want to draw a trimmed ruler, for example, from 2.3cm to 3.9cm where the distance between two consecutive marks is 1mm. I have difficulty to efficiently check whether or not the counter is a ...
I would like to implement a command in LaTeX which would sum two numbers before comparing them to a third number as follows: \ifnum #1+45>0 above \else left \fi where #1 is an angle in ...
I'm producing a document (book class) that will ultimately be produced using offset lithography. It's therefore useful to ensure the total number of pages is a multiple of four by adding as many blank ...
Using etoolbox, ifthen, or another form of conditional checking, how can I check if a value is a multiple of 4? E.g. if the number is 4, 8, 12, 16, etc., then it returns "true".