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Reset numbering in example using Covington package

I'm currently trying to reset the numbering of my examples in my appendix. I'm using the covington package, and my problem is that the examples of the appendix follow the numbering of the previous ...
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How to I get linguex to give me (i)-numbered footnotes when using endnotes?

I need to convert all footnotes to endnotes, but I want numbered examples internal to the notes to be numbered with lowercase roman numerals, as is standard with linguex footnotes. The linguex ...
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Is there a way to use #.# style for theorems and definitions, but #.#.# for associated examples?

EDIT: Question solved. Answer below. I would like to be able to do this sort of thing with my examples: 1 Mathematical Logic Theorem 1.1 blahblah Definition 1.2 blahblah Theorem 1.3 blahblah ...
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Referring to one's own examples

I have created numbered examples to illustrate concepts in my project. I have used this \newtheorem{exmp}{Example}[section] thus far. Is there a way I can refer to them so they appear as {Ex 2.1} ...
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Example Numbers with Labels

I have, in my article, some examples that look like this: \begin{center} Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consetetur \\ \emph{sadipscing elitr, sed diam nonumy eirmod tempor invidunt} \\ \emph{ut ...
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Example environment with numbering, caption, “verbatim” content

I need to use an example environment like the following. \begin{example}[My Caption, mylabel] My example text \end{example} It should show the text inside a verbatim environment, the caption (like ...
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Section based linguistic example numbering with brackets

I would like to have examples in my document look like this: Section 2 (2.1) This is an example. This is a reference to example (2.1). That is: the section number appears both next ...
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Example box with automatic numbering?

Working with LaTeX, I was just wondering how do you create a box around a set of related text such as an example in a textbook? I found \framebox or \makebox, but I can't figure out how to make it ...