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Cannot form a string with a backslash in it when editing a template in yasnippet using lisp command

I am writing a template with yasnippet. Writing a equation in latex using {eqnarray} means I will cite it somewhere so I will give it a label. When using {eqnarray*}, there don't need to be a label. ...
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limiting align-current in LaTeX-mode

When working on a LaTeX document in Emacs align-current aligns & and \\, but does so for entire sections at a time. Anyone have any idea as to how one limits its range (in a new macro) to say the ...
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TeX-run-Tex wrong type argument in emacs [closed]

I use such a function for compiling LaTeX in emacs (AUCTeX) taken from here (accepted answer by Jouni K. Seppänen): (defun run-latexmkk () (interactive) (let ((TeX-save-query nil) ...