{comma-separated-list} is a data format consisting of fields, most commonly separated by commas

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Mapping a macro onto multiple lists simultaneously

I have a macro (say \myMacro) that takes three arguments (say a, b, c) and I want to write another macro (say \otherMacro) that given three lists of parameters (comma delimited lists and all of the ...
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Replacing matching text with a macro containing information from a CSV file

I have some data stored in a CSV file, in this manner: 000000001 @ name @ information @ more information @ some more information I also have a information.tex file containing the numbers from the ...
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How to process a comma separated list?

Using receipt of "LaTeX3: unable to convert space separated list into clist" I elaborated the following code for my needs: \documentclass{book} ... \usepackage{expl3} \begin{document} ...
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Why am I processing a comma-separated list incorrectly when using etoolbox and kvoptions?

I'm trying to pick something out of a list that has been passed from some package options by kvoptions, but docsvlist doesn't appear to be recognising the commas. I suspect this may be something to ...
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How do I write a macro having comma-separated and variable number of arguments?

I want to write a macro in LaTeX2e that can pass \textcolor, which is embedded in another macro, the values of the colour model gray, rgb, or cmyk. The number of arguments specified implies the colour ...
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Iterating through two lists

I have two comma delimited lists: ListA(a,b,c,d,e,f,g) and ListB(name1,name2,name3,name4,name5) I would like to iterate through both lists at the same time, something like: loop readvalue ...
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Parse comma-separated list of command names with spaces

Problem This question is related to How can I specify a long list of math operators? – but with a twist: I want to allow spaces in in the comma-separated list, like so: \newacronyms{acm, ams, cpu, ...
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\newcommand and comma separated parameters

I would like to learn to manipulate comma separated lists in Latex. To give a concreet but artificial example, I would like to have this command: \swap{1,10} expand to this: {10,1} How can I ...
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What is the best way to scan over a list of somethings?

It seems that a common operation needed when defining new commands is to scan over a list of arguments (separated e.g. by a comma, but maybe by something else) and do something with each argument in ...