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accepted December challenge: Create an Advent Calendar
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reviewed Approve WriteLatex utf-8 ģ symbol problem
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comment December challenge: Create an Advent Calendar
While I like @TomBombadil's answer for its creativity and attention to detail, this is the answer I was actually trying to trigger. So thanks for giving it a try against that really mighty opponent.
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reviewed Edit Specify a domain when using date coordinates?
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revised Specify a domain when using date coordinates?
It more of thext and explanation
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reviewed Close Complex questions: Unbold caption number, unbold number of equations, formatting ToC, and bibliography
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revised Drawing complicated 3D designs within TikZ
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revised Drawing complicated 3D designs within TikZ
correct typo
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awarded  Nice Answer
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comment December challenge: Create an Advent Calendar
@Dr.ManuelKuehner That's an interesting question. Why don't you ask it or save it for next year to initiate a December challenge tradition (you know, everything that happens more than once in a row is a tradition ;-)?
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awarded  Good Question
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revised Drawing complicated 3D designs within TikZ
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answered Drawing complicated 3D designs within TikZ
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comment December challenge: Create an Advent Calendar
If you make a proposal and get that into the official TeX distributions (maybe renaming it to PyLaTeX would be a good move) and keep that answer updated by opening the respective window every day till X-mas, then I would maybe be willing to donate some additional bounty points ;-) Deal? ;-)
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comment December challenge: Create an Advent Calendar
I like the output of your solution, but python is a little bit of cheating, isn't it?