How can a "tuple" data structure be implemented in LaTeX? The idea is to store several elements (possibly a predefined number) in one macro and then be able to extract each of these elements by index ...
Update: I have revised my question based on the comment by Bruno Le Floch and some further research. As some may know, I'm implementing a huge TeX macro package which has to do a lot of internal ...
During this discussion an example image generated with TikZ was given by Christian R. but no code was provided: It would be great to have the code snippet that implements it, because I think it has ...
Is there any package that implements a data structure that provides a key-value mapping (akin to Python's dict)? The keys will be user input and may contain spaces and non-ASCII characters. I would ...
Emulate a “tuple” data structure when the syntax for creating a tuple is predefined and cannot be altered
Imagine I have a macro \createcontact that accepts three parameters. Now, instead of using these during the expansion, I would like to save them separately for later use and retrieval. The above macro ...