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answered Indentation in AUCTEX and algorithmic package
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comment Error adding new value to LaTeX-math-list with custom function
@giordano, the return values of those two expressions definitely explain why the function call was not working. I think I am bit a clearer, though the return value of (nth 1 '("=" 'my-LaTeX-math-mathbb "" nil)) is still a bit perplexing to me.
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comment Error adding new value to LaTeX-math-list with custom function
Thanks @giordano! My lisp skills are still pretty light, so I am still not sure about when I need to quote my variables. Do you have a recommendation for where I could see why this is so? My understanding was that the unquoted expression would evaluate to it's variable value, which would be void. Regardless, I will read a bit and post an answer later explaining the subtlety for future readers.
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comment Defining multiple shorthands quickly
I want to add that I am a big fan of what you call "semantic" shortcuts, and I would encourage their use. I often have a list of math commands that are not used to reduce length but to make my intent clearer. This is especially helpful for working across departments, each of which has its own idiomatic requirements for the same mathematical statements.
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comment Defining shortcuts
What is the benefit of using \let in this case versus \def?
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comment How manually mimic the bullet in the itemize environment?
I tried to implement your second example, and I have a problem. In the document class that I am using (res.cls) the value of \parindent is 0in, but my lists are still being indented somewhat, so they do not match in my case. I have tried to determine where this value is stored, but I cannot find it. Do you have any recommendation?
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revised How manually mimic the bullet in the itemize environment?
Clarified the intention of my question and addressed comment about the use of tabularx environment. Change tabularx tag to tables tag, because my question is more general.