{etoolbox} is a package which provides several macros which take advantage of the {e-tex} extension of (La)TeX.

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How to test if a number is negative

Is there an easy way to test if a number is negative? I don't need a general solution, but it does need to be able to handle a floating point value. I was using this solution from tex.ac.uk until I ...
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Using ted (or another package) instead of etoolbox for patching commands in memoir?

Another question related to my university's odd ToC style requirements. Regular chapters in the ToC need to have all-caps titles, and appendices need regular-case titles. I have a perfectly elegant ...
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Hyperref breaks my all-caps ToC entries

I started out on this earlier question. I now have a simple and elegant etoolbox solution to making all-caps chapter entries, but leaving appendix entries untouched. Simple, elegant, and incompatible ...
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Making memoir Chapter entries in ToC all-caps and Appendix entries regular case, without breaking hyperref

I have a thesis style working, but around 10% of my code is a copy of memoir's \def\@chapter that lets me put all regular chapter entries in all caps, and keep appendix entries in regular case. This ...
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Run macro before each slide in beamer

Following on from this question, is there an easy way to call a macro before each slide? So that question answers how to get at each frame, but I want finer control... I want a macro that sets a ...
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Booleans fail in tabular environment

I've got a workaround for this problem, but maybe someone knows a cleaner way to fix it. I'm using the standard packages in TexLive 2009. Here's the code that doesn't work: \documentclass{article} ...
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etoolbox conditional causes unwanted empty row in tabular

This code leaves an empty row at the bottom: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{etoolbox} \def\somedef{foo} \begin{document} \begin{tabular}{|l|} \hline First row, not important \\ \hline ...
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Making switch/case with etoolbox's \ifdefequal

I've got a define such as \def\doctype{SomeString}. \doctype can take on one of five values. I want to do something like a switch statement in a programming language, i.e. (pseudocode): switch ...