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comment How to process a comma separated list?
@IgorKotelnikov That's not trivial. You'd have to change the implementation of \PrintAnswerList to include sorting, which can be done using l3sort. I don't remember the exact syntax of l3sort, but presumably one has to store #1 in a clist variable \l_answers_clist then do \clist_sort:Nn \l_answers_clist { ... your comparison using ##1 and ##2 ... { \sort_ordered: } { \sort_reversed: } }. Maybe you should ask a separate question, specifying what sorting you want exactly.
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comment Incompatibility between savetrees and amsart?
Ah, I seem to have an installation from around July 2011 on my Windows work machine. It was installed a couple weeks ago. Go figure. I guess I'll have to bug the IT people for an update. EDIT: how do I close this question as "too localized"?
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comment The ^^ notation in various engines
Quoting Hans, about LuaTeX 0.85: "Because it was messy and made the code unreliable we decided to only support ^^C, ^^XX, ^^^^XXXX and ^^^^^^XXXXXX escaped input. (So no fuzzy heuristics for three and five ^)."
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comment how to space after LaTeX3 commands
@HenriMenke ~ is not active in \ExplSyntaxOn. It has catcode 10. TeX treats any such character as a space. Making ~ active would not do the right thing as the token ~ would end up in definitions, and the value used for it would be the one it has when the code is run, typically in \ExplSyntaxOff context.
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comment how to space after LaTeX3 commands
@egreg: in a message, "backslash space" (no idea how to put that in a comment) also produces a space, and is the preferred approach (when ~ is not usable).
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comment how to space after LaTeX3 commands
@TroyHaskin is probably right to advise \int_to_arabic:n, so the best would probably be to use my second proposal (\int_use:N\l_tmpa_int at point of use of the message), but with \int_to_arabic:n{#1} in the message's text.
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answered how to space after LaTeX3 commands
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comment Wordle-like word clouds - can it be done without using an image?
@bioinformatics I am a bit confused by my code now, and I should probably revise it at some point. Remove the command \fbox (it appears once) from the code. This is not a nice fix, ideally I should put an option to decide whether to include a box or not, but right now I don't have much time.