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comment Distorted caption in listings
Perhaps the solution in How to center a listing? might help.
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comment automatic enumerate numbering from a specified item number
@AneeshKarthikC This was resolved. That is why I accepted the answer. Do you have the same problem as mine?
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comment Importing a .png file into .tex file
Welcome to TeX.SX! You can have a look at our starter guide to familiarize yourself further with our format. As David said, put the \usepackage{graphicx} in the preamble, which is between the \documentclass and \begin{document}.
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comment R language parameters for `listings` package
Personally, I use the knitr package by Yihui, who is also a member of this site. Yihui has some demo files in knitr's official site: yihui.name/knitr. What you do is you write your LaTeX file as you usually do but save it as a .Rnw file instead of .tex. Of course you should install knitr in R first using install.packages. You then load it via library(knitr) and knit your document by running knit("yourfile.Rnw") in your R console. I usually use knitr with Rstudio.
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comment R language parameters for `listings` package
Have you tried SweaveListingUtils or knitr?