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comment ifpdf prematurely terminates iffalse
But the first macrocode environment does nothing.
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comment ifpdf prematurely terminates iffalse
The starting \iffalse is used to hide the driver code when the document is loaded with \DocInput, the corresponding \fi should not be at the end, but after the driver code. What happens is that ifpdf is not loaded when you LaTeX the .dtx file, so \ifpdf is not a conditional and the corresponding \fi matches the initial \iffalse. An unbalanced \end{macrocode} then shows up.
Feb
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comment ifpdf prematurely terminates iffalse
Welcome to TeX.SX! My impression is that \begin{macrocode} is wrongly placed.
Feb
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comment Can't use \circledast nor ^{º}
@touhami Don't worry about the language, somebody will be happy to help and fix the grammar.
Feb
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revised Nested foreach inside a TikZ matrix for both rows and columns
expl3 version
Feb
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comment Can't use \circledast nor ^{º}
Can you fix the answer with \circ instead of º?
Feb
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comment Can't use \circledast nor ^{º}
Welcome to TeX.SX! For \circledast you need \usepackage{amssymb}. I'm not sure why you would use º as an exponent. Shouldn't it be r^{0}, or maybe r^{\circ}?
Feb
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awarded  Nice Answer
Feb
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revised Could someone help me draw the Curly bracket for the tabular like this?
Code markup
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reviewed Reviewed Could someone help me draw the Curly bracket for the tabular like this?
Feb
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comment Could someone help me draw the Curly bracket for the tabular like this?
Welcome to TeX.SX! Can you show your best attempt?
Feb
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answered How to write \slashed, \mathcal and \mathring at the same time?
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answered What is the best way to do math inside LaTeX macros?
Feb
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comment Go through a list of numbers in an argument of a macro
Maybe an approximate drawing of what you expect can help.
Feb
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comment How to write \slashed, \mathcal and \mathring at the same time?
You should do \mathring{\mathcal{S}} in any case. The reverse is wrong and if it works is just by chance.
Feb
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comment LaTeX package “titling”, titles with hard line breaks, and \MakeUpperCase
@JosephWright Sorry, no. If I use \'{e} inside the title, the e is not uppercased. How I wished that Knuth had started providing an “all caps” font instead of slanted type.
Feb
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comment To control Appearance of citations with natbib and pagesel
You have to compile your document without pagesel and only after that you can use it.
Feb
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comment LaTeX package “titling”, titles with hard line breaks, and \MakeUpperCase
@A.Donda Not sure what you mean; \makeatletter is used in order to access to “private macros”.
Feb
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revised LaTeX package “titling”, titles with hard line breaks, and \MakeUpperCase
Support optional argument
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answered LaTeX package “titling”, titles with hard line breaks, and \MakeUpperCase