{stack} is about implementing and/or using stacks in (La)TeX. A stack is a data structure where new elements are added on top and are removed only in the reverse order.

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Stack figures in horizontal plane in 3D rectangular shape without loss of quality

I am plotting figures on GMT but it does not support some features in gridview. So I want stack each figure on different platforms below each other. E.g. I want to add each image like the following
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Stack overflow / endless recursion when using menukeys

since I've upgraded from TeX Live 2012 to TeX Live 2013, I have some trouble with a custom package. The package provides some commands that are intended to be used either as standalone commands or ...
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Simple (execution) stack with pointers and comments using TikZ

I'm looking for a simple way to draw a stack. I know about drawstack.sty. I actually love the stacks produced by this package but the size is way too big as I'm using IEEEtran for my paper. The stack ...
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How to write something underneath \min?

How to type this expression, where has \min on top and \forall at the bottom?
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How can I define a macro that adds a row to a table that has not yet been printed?

I want to generate a list of technical abbreviations and acronyms that I use. Currently, I'm defining all acronyms with a macro I have designed. Now, I want the macro to call another macro, called ...
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stack.sty and \end{environment}

I'm writing a multilevel itemize list environment to simplify the process of putting nested lists in Beamer slides, and I want it to support enumerate lists as well. The mitemize environment is ...
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Problem of understanding definitions

I have defined a stack structure (I found an example in the LaTeX currfile package, which I adapted to my needs): \def\MB@modulestack{} ...