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Section numbering with numbering like 1.11

How do I set my section numbers like the given format? I'm in need of the format given below. I'm using gsm-l.cls. I'm just using tags like: \chapter{name} \section{sectionname} \begin{theorem} ...
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The package zhnumber without xeCJK

I need to use the function zhdigits from the package zhnumber to typeset a counter the way I want, i.e. convert 235 to 二三五. This package requires the package xeCJK to work properly, but xeCJK messes ...
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Add prefix command(s) - counter of todos

I would like to see the number of todos I have left. Therefor I tried to redefine the todo command as follows: \newcounter{todocounter} ...
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How can you make custom counter display types?

I'm a comp sci prof working on an exam for my students in LaTeX, using the exam class. I like to throw in a few in-jokes here and there. Unfortunately, the class breaks if you try to use 0-indexing on ...
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Reproduce the beamer miniframes environment

I would like to reproduce the miniframes features of beamer, with the bullets per section even though it would concern the chapters per part. I need a counter counting the total number of chapters in ...
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How to reset section counter

This is the barebones of my document: \documentclass[12pt]{article} \begin{document} \begin{center} \textbf{\LARGE{Topic I}} \end{center} \section{Section I} content \section{Section II} ...
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Problem with counter and \pause

I am trying to create a manual continuation annotation for my presentations (because I need more flexibility than provided by the automatic splitting feature of beamer). What I thought of is, for ...
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LaTeX Error: Command \c@T already defined

this is an easy question, but I couldn't find the answer just from other similar questions. A lot of people often get an error in the form: LaTeX Error: Command \XYZ already defined. ...
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Customised counter macro in fancyvrb

I am using the fancyvrb package in LaTeX2e. I have chosen to display line numbers as I am displaying some code. (The code I am displaying is Maple, which unfortunately is not supported by the ...
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How to repeat a block of code and increment a variable by one each time?

I have many images which I would like to include in a latex document. \begin{figure}[h] \centering \includegraphics[scale=0.15]{DSC_0001.jpg} \end{figure} This block of code only differs in the ...
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How to create a fixed counter?

How can I create a counter which is fixed once it has been set? The idea is to insert some kind of remarks into a text which should be numbered, but increasing with the date of actual implementation ...
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`xr` - temporarily redefine `\label` for exporting section counter to sister document?

The goal My objective is to have continuous page (and possibly section) counters for several independent documents. The purpose is a cumulative dissertation where each paper should retain the ...
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Is there any way to hook onto the advancement of a counter?

Question title really says it all - can you hook onto \stepcounter{mycounter} which probably boils down to (I may very well be wrong) \advance \mycounter by 1 Is this a hookable thing? Edit: ...
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Using counters and \ifthen in a macro: what's wrong?

I have (made, actually) a graphic of the forepaw-print of a bear that I want to use as a flourish mark at the end of chapters and a few other places. After finishing with the image, I created a mirror ...
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How to use \ifnum for arguments (expanding macros)?

I want to count my section's, figure's etc. using the totcount package. To get a general useable template I want to show only counters which are larger than zero. But it seems that total{counter} ...
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Equation counter automatically resets after using \tag [closed]

I am currently writing my master thesis, and I have just noticed that I have a problem, that I don't know how to solve. My thesis is divided into several chapters. In the first chapter I have an ...
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How to put a counter ``This page has been viewed … times'' on PDFLaTeX output?

I asked a similar question on tracking codes. which was migrated to SO. This is a bit different. Can a PDFLateX output have a counter? Can a link on a PDFLaTeX output have a counter associated with ...
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Shared counter between enumerate and equations

I'm currently writing some math stuff in LaTeX and I've encountered the following problem: I'd like to have "shared" counters in equations and specific lists, s.t. for example \begin{equation} a ...
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How do I Auto-Label Hyperref Fillable Forms \TextField?

Is there any way to put an automatic label into the hyperref package's \TextField parameters field like this: \newcounter{lexemeCounter} ...
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Counter problem with tabulary

EDIT: As the example below was quite long, I made a minimal example below to make it easier to see the problem: In the example below, the expected values of the counters should be 0, 1 and 2, but its ...
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Using ntheorem's counter inside theorem statement

I'm using ntheorem package and I would like to use the theorem's counter within the theorem's statement. This is useful when you're defining a special object you wish to reference elsewhere, like: ...
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Making global footnotes inside a minipage with hyperref support

I would like to make footnotes inside a minipage that use the global footnote counters and the hyperref package. I'm having trouble getting hyperref to make the correct references. I imagine I need ...
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How to incorporate counter in list label [duplicate]

I want to label my enumeration like SOMETEXT01, SOMETEXT02, ..., SOMETEXT10, etc. I read through a couple of questions and know how to create a counter that adds in leading zeros. ...
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Complex Count in \foreach for number line

I am looking to create simple number lines. I have asked a similar question: Resetting numerical labels in \foreach commands on a numberline. But now I am in a different situation. I know how to ...
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Counting pages of sections

After building a second page counter that is reset for every section, I wonder how to get the number of pages of a section. Every section starts on a new page. How can I calculate the number of ...
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Cross-referencing between files and equation counters

I am using package xr to cross reference between two files. Is there a way to make the equation numbers in one of the files follow the ones in the other? What I mean is, if the last equation in file ...
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Listings: total line number count [duplicate]

Is there a way to determine how many lines a listings-environment has (included via \lstinputlisting) and display it in a text or caption? I found the counter \thelstnumber. But if it is used before a ...
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Making calculations using counter

I need to use the counter to make some computations inside loops. For instance, I want to write a for loop to get the following: ...
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How retrieve items in a list of words by number?

I'm working on a character sheet for the Fate RPG, which rates its skills with a numerical scale that corresponds to an adjective scale. I've been trying to write a macro that will take \skillAdj{4} ...
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Labeling problems with exam class usage when using multiple chapters

Using the exam document class I'm trying to create a questions/answers-sheet for a book. When working on the first chapter, everything worked nicely. When I came to the second chapter, I realized I ...
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Alternative numbering for theorem

I am using thmtools as a front end to amsthm and I have a definition environment as follows. \declaretheorem[ style=mydefinitionstyle, name=Definition, numberwithin=chapter ]{definition} ...
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Lemma numbering by first instance of referencing

My document is long with proofs broken into several lemmas and many of them are in the appendix. However, it seems odd when I am using Lemma 25 (which should ideally be Lemma 1) to prove Lemma 2. It ...
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Change theorem counter in Springer template

I used Springer template for my book, more concrete I used svmono. Here is a MWE, that is the shortened version of my template file. ...
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How to find out how many chapters are in a part?

Is there some counter that holds the number of \chapter that are in a \part? Or do I need to define and run my own counter?
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Cross-refencing a custom counter in \Alph style?

I made a 'hypothesis' custom counter in order to let LaTeX handle my hypothesis reference. My code is \newcounter{hypothese} \refstepcounter{hypothese}\label{hypo:lenght_of_words} ...
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Completely disable automatic incrementing of section and subsection counters?

I'm using LaTeX as a final build step from a specific legal source (a code of laws) that already has numbering - which is not entirely logical. So, the auto-stepping section & subsection numbering ...
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My own page number from file {counters}

I would like to add my own page number in my publications. I have file: numerki.tex zzzero jEden dWa trZy cztery ... dwadzIescia etc...... How I can add counter \counter\cyferki from file. each ...
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Part numbering with suffixes: I, II, IIIa, IIIb, IV,

I would like to have my parts numbered like this: I, II, IIIa, IIIb, ... , IV, ... I have written some code which works fine. But when using hyperref, I get this warning: destination with the same ...
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How to refer to the count value of number of lines in a lstlisting

I need to refer to to the count value of the number of lines in a listing. Is there a way to do that ? \lstinputlisting[caption={SPARQL query used...},label={lst:sqry}]{codes/sparql_query.sparql} ...
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How to adjust a counter depending on whether or not we are inside a section or subsection

I want to create an exercise environment that can be used in either section, subsection, etc. As an illustration, consider the following: when in section 1, the third example should be titled as ...
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How to implement two figure counters with proper hyperlinks in hyperref in latex?

I want to typeset a book with a quiz in it. I want to have two types of figures: text figures: These are indexed i, ii (roman) quiz figures: These figures are related to the quiz, and should have ...
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Do assignments need to be appended by % to remove the trailing white spaces?

The following shows code snippet taken from multido.tex. I noticed assignments are not ended with %. See \dimen@=#1\advance\dimen@#2 in \def\multido@step@d#1#2{% \dimen@=#1\advance\dimen@#2 ...
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Counting figures, tables and citations in a document

My idea is to use TeXcount to scan my document and output the number of words, figures, tables, equations and citations. I've been looking at the documentation for TeXcount and it seems that words ...
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Resume option similar to enumitem package for paralist package

I would like to know if it is possible to generate a resume option similar to that in the enumitem package for the paralist package. Note that it is not possible to add something like [resume] or ...
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Adding half points/marks to question counter

I would like to be able to add half marks to my questions, but I don't know how to handle these with\stepcounter. Below is part of my style file, please could you help? I essentially want to say ...
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Defining TeX count in a group

I thought that TeX counts were local definitions, but that is not what I am seeing. I was expecting that if I used \newcount within a group, that the etoolbox \ifdefcounter would say that the counter ...
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Numbering exceeding the 26 letter alphabet

After reading this answer http://tex.stackexchange.com/a/52604/10898 I am unable to employ the alphalph package to replace the counter in either levels. See the code below: ...
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Counting index entries

Is there a way to count the number of entries in an .idx file? Currently I'm using the following to accomplish the job but I'm wondering if there is an all TeX/LaTeX way to accomplish the same thing. ...
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Write a \setcounter command to a file

I try to write a setcounter command to a file (using the newfile package) by something like the following \addtostream{mystream}{\protect\setcounter{mycounter}{\myvariable}} However, since the ...
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How can I change the counters of tables in the appendices? [duplicate]

I have multiple appendices and in some appendices I have tables. What I want is that each appendix itself has a letter as a number (e.g. Appendix A: title). A second thing that I want to achieve is ...