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bio website bsc.es
location Barcelona, Spain
age 35
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Computer science researcher at Barcelona Supercomputing Center.


Mar
22
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
8
awarded  Yearling
Aug
19
awarded  Nice Question
Sep
17
asked How to modify a node in TikZ when using beamer's overlays
Sep
15
accepted Nodes being covered when using “right of” for placing nodes in TikZ
Sep
15
comment Nodes being covered when using “right of” for placing nodes in TikZ
Thanks for the solution! Out of curiosity, I wonder why just using "right of" was not working. Do you know the reason?
Sep
15
revised Nodes being covered when using “right of” for placing nodes in TikZ
added 1324 characters in body
Sep
15
asked Nodes being covered when using “right of” for placing nodes in TikZ
Jul
26
comment Coloring lines in an algorithm
Thank you very much! :)
Jul
26
awarded  Scholar
Jul
26
awarded  Supporter
Jul
26
accepted Coloring lines in an algorithm
Jul
26
comment Coloring lines in an algorithm
This is really great! It does exactly what I needed. Just one question, some colored tags (such as CENDFOR) are not defined, so it is impossible to color a whole for loop. It is not a big deal since, end for has not too much information, but it could be useful sometimes. I was thinking to add a new definition such as: \algdef{SE}[FOR]{CFOR}{CENDFOR}% [2][default]{\ColorLine\algorithmicfor\ #2\ \algorithmicdo\ALG@compatcomm{#1}}% {\ColorLine\algorithmicend\ \algorithmicfor}%. Would that be the correct way to implement coloring for end for?
Jul
25
awarded  Editor
Jul
25
revised Coloring lines in an algorithm
added 123 characters in body
Jul
25
awarded  Student
Jul
25
asked Coloring lines in an algorithm
Jul
25
awarded  Autobiographer