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I am postgraduate of RWTH Aachen, Germany and received a M.S. Math and a M.S. CompSci. My main interests are Machine Learning, Neural Networks, Artificial Intelligence, Logic, Automata Theory and Programming Languages. And I'm an enthusiastic hobby programmer with a wide range of side projects, mostly in C++ and Python.


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answered avoid empty vert space after lstlisting
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asked avoid empty vert space after lstlisting
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comment inline listing (lstinline) behaves bad at line end
Well, I guess the best thing in this case would be to stretch the rest of the line more and put it on the next line. Just like it would do with another long word which is not breakable in the middle?
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asked inline listing (lstinline) behaves bad at line end
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comment How do I define a custom verbatim command?
Note that newer versions of listings also support \lstinline{#1} which would not need the character-marker !. Also, in case if anyone is interested, I wanted to have the style like \mathnormal. You can do that via basicstyle=\usefont{OML}{cmm}{m}{it}.
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accepted How to do \newcommand{\filepath}[1]{\verb!#1!}?
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comment How to do \newcommand{\filepath}[1]{\verb!#1!}?
That does not work in a title. But I'm using now \newcommand{\filepath}[1]{\protect\path{#1}} which does. Thanks!
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comment How to do \newcommand{\filepath}[1]{\verb!#1!}?
It doesn't work if it is inside of a title. Like in \section{File \filepath{foo.cpp}}.
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comment How to do \newcommand{\filepath}[1]{\verb!#1!}?
@MarcoDaniel: Which one? I just checked url.sty and it seems they have found a (complicated) way to read the argument verbatim (search "reading the argument verbatim").
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comment How do I define a custom verbatim command?
Probably, from the url package, you'll find the needed code but I'm not experienced enough to extract it from there: url.sty
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comment How to do \newcommand{\filepath}[1]{\verb!#1!}?
@MarcoDaniel: The answer here is better than in the other question. For example, there is always a possible character where it would fail but I don't want that.