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comment algorithm2e with RevTex
@ChristianHupfer: Both answers use the algcompatible package, which uses algorithmic syntax (as opposed to algorithm2e syntax). I would have to rewrite all of my algorithms in a different syntax. Not impossible, but a lot of work that I'd rather not do if a workaround exists.
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answered How to disable all Vim-LaTeX mappings?
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comment How can I reference line numbers in an external source file (e.g. C++) in a maintainable way?
Yes, thanks. That's exactly what I was looking for.
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comment How can I reference line numbers in an external source file (e.g. C++) in a maintainable way?
Nice. That seems to be what I'm looking for, basically. Thanks. Small nit-picking comment (really not that big of a deal): any ideas on how to get rid of the dangling // before the escaped part?
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accepted How can I reference line numbers in an external source file (e.g. C++) in a maintainable way?
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comment How can I reference line numbers in an external source file (e.g. C++) in a maintainable way?
Either is fine; I guess it makes more sense to put the source code in the document somewhere.
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