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comment Define variables holding a percentage
@DavidCarlisle I was assuming he will go for non integer values and want to do some computations with it which of course also can be done in TeX but with little bit work to implement floating point arithmetics.
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comment Define variables holding a percentage
PythonTeX or LuaTeX can do that. See [here][1] for examples. [1]: tex.stackexchange.com/questions/115109/calculate-prices/…
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comment Minimal installation of Latex with Tikz for a web server
What are you trying to accomplish? The easiest way to enable LaTeX in web pages is using MathJax. It doesn't require any installation just an extra line in your html source code.
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on How to export custom TexStudio shortcut and macro?
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comment How to include graphics?
There is no similarity between Sage and MATLAB! You probably want to refrain from posting invalid statements on the Internet. You never know when that can hurt you.
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comment Automated copy and paste?
@Sean Check his question again. He wants to cut and paste .tex source files. There is no Emacs for Windows. Check out you installation and you will see bunch of Cygwin stuff installed so that you can use Emacs on Windows. The same goes for Vin for Windows and so on. Python probably feels the most natural of all above tools on Windows but I started using computer long before Windows existed so I could not care less.
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answered Automated copy and paste?
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comment How to change language of Scientific WorkPlace?
@zakou SWP is a proprietary product. What does their customer service say?
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comment Showcase of translations to Asymptote from TikZ/PSTricks
@Charles Staats +1 Great question!I would like to see a honest analysis of pros and cons of using Asymptote language and graphics engine to some other commonly used languages as MetaPost, PSTrick (PostScript), TikZ/PGF, matplotlib. I recall that one of big turning off things for me personally was seeing the claim that Asymptote resembles Java syntax.