{loops} is about looping constructs which allow a programmer to apply the same operation multiple times, each time with possibly different parameters.

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Strange extra line after forloop in a tabular table

I'm trying to generate table lines (tabular environment) with forloop macro. I've got strange extra line after forloop. \documentclass {article} \usepackage [utf8] {inputenc} \usepackage [english] ...
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tikz foreach loops: is there an equivalent of metapost's step?

I apologise if I'm using and searching with incorrect terminology. This seems an obvious question (to me) so I'm surprised I've not found anything (and so assume I'm missing something). In metapost, ...
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Passing an array type argument for new command

I've looked around and can't seem to find anywhere, but I was wondering if there is somewhere you can do something like the following: \newcommand{\loopy}[1]{ \begin{tikzpicture} \foreach ...
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array and loop to set frametitle, subsection, and text

In the example below, I store text into three variables (\subTa, \subTb, \subTc), and then use these variables to set the subsection, set the frametitle, and display text on each slide, all using ...
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Label of figure in a for loop

I am adding figures to my TeX file using the following code: \foreach \paramA in {a,b,c} { \foreach \paramB in {1,2,3} { \begin{figure} \addOneImage{pathToImage/imageName_\paramA_batch\paramB.png} ...