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Mar
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revised Drawing a line between two points
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Mar
16
comment Drawing a line between two points
@Uiy: In PSTricks we usually use pspicture because for general case, the canvas must be defined in advance. There are some cases where we can use PSTricks graphic macro without pspicture such as making nodes and connecting them with a line or curve.
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Mar
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comment Drawing a line between two points
@Uiy: See my other answer (at the last sentence) here.
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Mar
16
revised How to draw labeled parallel arrows in commutative diagram with TikZ?
Fixing code tags and removing unnecessary words.
Mar
16
answered Drawing a line between two points
Mar
16
suggested approved edit on How to draw labeled parallel arrows in commutative diagram with TikZ?
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answered Drawing a line between two points
Mar
15
revised Using subfiles package with .sty files
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Mar
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Mar
15
comment Looking for macros to typeset syntax in more conventional way
@PeterGrill: If you have time, please give me an example. I haven't elaborated the listing thoroughly. I will compare and might use your suggestion.
Mar
15
revised Looking for macros to typeset syntax in more conventional way
Hiding the wrong terms as what Barbara Beton said in her comment.
Mar
15
comment Looking for macros to typeset syntax in more conventional way
@barbarabeeton: OK. I will define \def\guillemetright{\guillemotright} and \def\guillemetleft{\guillemotleft} from now on. :-)
Mar
15
comment Looking for macros to typeset syntax in more conventional way
The main brackets look clearer when using single guillemots I think. Thank you.
Mar
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comment Looking for macros to typeset syntax in more conventional way
Is there a single guillemot explained here in LaTeX ?