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comment customize description environment
I noticed that the nesting problem I had happened actually when I combined induction and description environments. Does that also occur here? I'm not sure that I will really need to combine these two, but I'd be interested to see how I prevent the renewed description label to carry over to ordinary description environments.
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comment Why does Latex output a quadruple instead of a triple?
Thanks a lot for that!
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accepted Why does Latex output a quadruple instead of a triple?
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comment Why does Latex output a quadruple instead of a triple?
Great! Do you think the second approach you propose is still practical when \unfold is used to unfold lots of macros (more than 20)?
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comment Why does Latex output a quadruple instead of a triple?
@JosephWright: Yes, that makes sense. So TeX immediately replaces both of them with their replacement text? I had thought it would wait a bit with doing that until the \unfold action was performed. So yes, I want to replace the token \extalg with \extalg@unfold when it is the first token in the argument of \unfold.
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asked Why does Latex output a quadruple instead of a triple?
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comment How to get the amount of theorems in a section
@Werner No... they're not reset. Thank you for the reference to the other question, that seems relevant. It didn't come up when I searched/wrote my question.
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comment Macros with binary trees as arguments
Simple solutions are usually the best. Do you have anything specific in mind when you say it might not be very robust? Another remark I'd like to make is that I was hoping for a more general approach. This works well with the \ctxext command (and also with the \ctxwk macro in my MWE) but when the macro is more involved (as with the macro \jhom@dom@wk in the MWE) I don't see how I can do it in a similar way.