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Keyvalue argument and non key argument conflict

Many classes provide \part, \chapter, \section and even more deeply nested sectioning levels. All of them allow three forms of usage (I restrict for sake of simplicity to \section, it just stands ...
6
votes
1answer
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Splitting a CSV list from a xkeyval key argument into parts

Is it possible to store the key value argument (a cvs list) to a macro (via \def) and split/further process the content of that macro with \forcsvlist command from etoolbox package? I want to ...
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Storing environment arguments by \immediate\write

As I have stated already in other questions I am writing a problem/solution package. There are many of them, for sure, I have made much progress, using it in 'everydays' productivity for my needs, but ...
5
votes
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Boolean key value in xkeyval fails

It is possible to hand over a boolean key value stored in a macro to a command such as \edef\SomeKeyValue{true}% \DummyCommand[DummyBooleanKey=\SomeKeyValue]%%% where DummyBooleanKey is a boolean ...
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votes
1answer
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Passing arguments to a .sty-file - a specific case

After having plowed through (i.e. read and trimmed down the given examples in an attempt to apply them to my case) these documentations and guides: Implementing key-value input: An introduction The ...
5
votes
1answer
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pass xkeyval option to class

I have read about passing options to classes in this thread, but do not understand what I'm doing wrong. My class is defined like so, using xkeyval and based on memoir. \NeedsTeXFormat{LaTeX2e} ...
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A package template using xkeyval?

I would like to write a package offering a number of commands. The package should accept options, and some of these options should be available as command options. Usage should be as follows: ... ...