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Apr
25
comment Why are some macros undefined inside an if case?
Actually I want to check if the string is only of one char
Apr
25
comment Why are some macros undefined inside an if case?
Yes, but why doesn't it work in that special case?
Apr
25
asked Why are some macros undefined inside an if case?
Apr
25
awarded  Talkative
Apr
25
revised Conversion XeTeX -> EPUB
Clearification
Apr
25
comment Conversion XeTeX -> EPUB
You should use it from the command line on your system. cmd in Windows, but that's beyond the scope of these comments. On Super User you can get the help for that.
Apr
25
comment Various arrow shapes above letters
@StephanLehmke The ceiling is then at 2.306 exabytes
Apr
25
comment Various arrow shapes above letters
Then comes the problem of the memory limit of a 32bit system. Is pdftex 32bit or won't it apply?
Apr
25
comment Conversion XeTeX -> EPUB
(Use LaTeX to produce Epub)[tex.stackexchange.com/questions/1551/use-latex-to-produce-epub] answers the question.
Apr
25
answered Conversion XeTeX -> EPUB
Apr
25
comment Various arrow shapes above letters
Hello @co772 and welcome to TeX.sx. We'd like to keep answers separate from questions, so it would be better if you just asked a question and then answered your own question. Self-answers are perfectly admissible, and a well-written answer may earn you additional reputation. I would also recommend that you change your title to better reflect the contents - this will make it easier for others to find your "question." You can use the edit feature to make these changes.
Apr
24
awarded  Suffrage
Apr
24
revised What do newcommand, renewcommand, and providecommand do, and how do they differ?
Cleared up explanation and fixed grammar
Apr
24
suggested suggested edit on What do newcommand, renewcommand, and providecommand do, and how do they differ?
Apr
24
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
24
accepted Taking user input during compile
Apr
24
answered Taking user input during compile
Apr
24
revised Taking user input during compile
Added mention of makebst
Apr
24
asked Taking user input during compile
Apr
24
comment In what ways can TeX be used beyond document production?
The whole idea of embracing the interactive possibilities of TeX is really exciting. I could imagine having a single TeX file and upon compiling, the user is asked about papersize, layout and language!