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I show the plain TeX -like solution. But it works in LaTeX too because only eTeX primitives and \newcount macro are used. We needn't any LaTeX packages. \def\nederst#1{\the\numexpr #1*(#1+1)/2 \relax} \def\iAlt#1{\the\numexpr #1*(#1+1)*(#1+2)/6 \relax} \newcount\i \i=1 \def\skyIDtable{ \the\i & \the\i & \the\i & \hbox to1em{\hss\nederst\i} ...


The transposition is not as straight-forward. You'll have to cycle through each row individually: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{siunitx,multido,booktabs} \ExplSyntaxOn \cs_new_eq:NN \calc \fp_eval:n \ExplSyntaxOff \newcommand*\nederst[1]{\calc{#1*(#1+1)/2}} \newcommand*\iAlt[1]{\calc{#1*(#1+1)*(#1+2)/6}} \begin{document} \centering ...


Replace all the wheres by ifs. where is defined as where/.style n args={3}{for tree={if={#1}{#2}{#3}}}, so it implicitely contains a for tree loop.


I agree with @hraish-kumar's suggestion to embed comments in the code. But if you want to compare branches or commits in a git repository, you might want to check this answer to how to use latexdiff with git.


I strongly suggest that the comments be embedded in the code, not in a separate document. Inevitably, when it comes time to revise the code, you, or the person who inherits the code, will not be able to find whatever external document you use for your comments. Also, if they refer to things like module names and line numbers, those may all change, in time. ...


You asked texstudio! Open Macros → Edit Macros: In this window, Click +Add. This should add the third macro. Enter a name Enter the text you want to be inserted by macro Click OK Now, in Macros menu you have this: Now in your tex file, press Shift + F3 the string To whom so ever it may concern will be inserted. On the other hand, if you want it ...

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