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Use the counter value as an argument

Do you know a simple way to use the current counter value to call the argument in a macro? In myPackage I have this Note: I have the for loop defined as % ...
3
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1answer
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How to make some visible effect on the output file of a document “invisible” or non-effective while fulfilling its “invisible” function?

Are there any commands/packages/environments that can make some code that has a visible effect in the output file as if it were not written but fulfilling its internal function? For example, ...
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How to print the value of the last \refstepcounter in the first page in the memoir class?

I made an environment named sol, that has a \refstepcounter command. I want to print on the first page of my document how many sol environments I have made in my document. ...
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Retrieve a table with a Macro

I would like to retrieve a table with a Command which is using an new environment including a table. So basically something like: \begin{measurtab}{Test 2110} \value{0.0}{0.0} \end{measuretab} ...
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1answer
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Cross-reference of custom environments created with environ and TikZ package

Problem: I want to create an environment named Example, and the environment has a counter (number within chapter). I want to refer to the counter for illustration just as the table, figure and ...
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1answer
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Shared counter (between description environments) results in “undefined control sequence” [closed]

The objective is to share the counter SharedCTR1 across the description environments. The following code works with only one description environment, but not with both. \documentclass{report} ...
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1answer
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Make a counter “update” exercise in environment exercise

I wrote a book in about year 2010. Now I want to add (update) some exercises and count all updated Exercises. But I only can Update 2014. How can I make Update 0ne 2014, Update two 2014, ... or ...
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Customise counters, cross references to environments

I would like to make cross references to own defined counter on environments. So far I have tried the following, \documentclass{book} \newcounter{entryc}[subsection] ...
2
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1answer
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Hide all but one instances of a custom environment

I have a file containing a number of custom environments numbered by a counter "exercisesheetnumber". I would like to use a second counter "printonly" to hide all instances of the environment but the ...
9
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1answer
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Bad page break with \newenvironment, \refstepcounter and hyperref

I tried to define some environment but came across bad page breaks sometimes. The minimal working example is as follows: \documentclass[b5paper]{article} \usepackage{hyperref} % page break is correct ...
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How to customize cross-reference numbering of custom environments?

Context: I have several environments with custom counters. As usual, I'm referencing them along to my document but I get only the corresponding counter value as reference. Example: ...
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3answers
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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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2answers
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Defining shared counters for theorem environments *after* environments are defined

I am trying to use the same numbering for theorems, propositions, definitions, etc. This is normally easily be solved by using amsmath and defining these environments and using the same counter: ...
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1answer
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What is the purpose of putting \newenvironment, \newcounter in a document class?

In exam.cls, I saw the following codes which I don't understand how do they function in the document class (exam): \newcounter{question} \newcounter{partno} \newcounter{subpart} ...
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1answer
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Easy-to-use reference-able environment for restating theorem-like environments?

This question is a development of the same issue as this one; following my own answer and later comment there, I decided it deserves a spin-off. I would like to define an environment for restating ...
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1answer
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How to create a new counter for an a new environment that is in sync with subsections

I want to create an example environment with a counter which will be in sync with my subsections. So I'll have: subsection 3.2 lemma 3.2 example 3.2 example 3.3 lemma 3.3 subsection ...
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votes
2answers
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Cross-referencing to the number of a customized environment with a counter

On the internet I found a possibility to create an example environment that is helpful for linguistic research papers, because it provides all examples with numbers: \newcounter{exa} ...
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How to split an example into two parts?

I am trying to have an example (using the theorem environent in amsmath) split in two parts: Example 1 ... Some more discussion Example 1 (continued) ... What is the best way to do this ? The ...
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1answer
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Problems using \def commands inside an environment

In trying to build the commands \sol and \solutions to use them inside the exercises environment. The commands must work in this way: \begin{exercises} \exer text for exercise 1\sol{solutionA} ...
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1answer
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pdfTeX warning: destination with same identifier has been already used, duplicate ignored (weird behavior)

Here is a minimal example: \documentclass{amsart} \usepackage{amsthm} \usepackage[pdftex]{hyperref} \newtheoremstyle{myexercise}{\baselineskip}{\baselineskip}{}{}{\bfseries}{.}{ ...
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1answer
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restating a theorem using theomac.sty

I am trying to restate a theorem environment using theomac.sty which floats around, following a suggestion I received here: how do I refer back to counters? The package I downloaded loads well, but ...
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Listings: different counters for different listing environments

How do I create two lstlisting environments that each have its own counter? If I use for example \lstnewenvironment{algorithm}[2]{ \renewcommand\lstlistingname{Algorithm} \lstset{ ... } } ...