{strings} are sequences of characters (most commonly literal constants).

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remove “” from lyx macro

I am using LyX and followed http://wiki.lyx.org/BibTeX/Biblatex. I don't want to use an absolute path with \addbibresource so I've tried following there example of using the \input@path macro. This ...
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How to split a string to figure float with figure name, label and caption?

I am struggling with a shorthand macro that converts a string to a figure. At the end is a working, but unstable version what I am trying to do. The goal is to parse make a command (or macro) like ...
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Automatically removing, after compilation, parts of text enclosed in certain strings

Is it possible to create a macro, such that everything that is between the string composed of the characters "whitespace", "{", "L" and the string composed of "L", "]", "whitespace" is not displayed, ...
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How to replace a string in a table that is imported

I'm using Stata to generate tables in Latex, which I then import by using import: \import{/Users/me/path/to/}{table1} \import{/Users/me/path/to/}{table2} However, when I do this, I end up with some ...
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Different bibtex tags content enclosing and string concatenation

I had noticed strange (in my opinion) behaviour of string concatenation in bibtex entry. I tested three different examples: @string{abc={ABC}} @string{def={DEF}} @string{abc="{ABC}"} ...
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How to load input file with given starting string but unknown end?

In the directory of my latex source there are input files: input_01.tex, input_02.tex, etc. It is very easy to load them with a for cycle. But how to load them if their names are: ...
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Strip control characters from token

I've added a hook to lstlisting to do some special highlighting. Now I've got it to highlight %-prefixed variables just fine, but I'd like to handle the special case "%this" in another way. ...