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I'm a PhD student at the Institute for Complex Systems Simulation at the University of Southampton, UK studying complexity in Remote Sensing.

As part of my work I am heavily involved in Remote Sensing and GIS technologies - particularly ENVI/IDL programming and ArcGIS scripting using Python.

My academic website shows some examples of my work, and links to some of the software I have written.


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comment Display “.\integrate blah” in monospaced font (like \texttt and \verb)
Is that trying to display an integration sign? I'm trying to display the actual text "integrate".
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As usual, in the process of making the minimal example I found the problem. Apologies - I really must do that before asking! Thanks for your help.
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comment Use \newcommand with a variable inside a style file
That sounds good, as an alternative to the other answers presented. Is it fairly easy to do that?
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Thanks - that works well :-) The only problem I have is that I then want to use \modulecode in a bit of fancyhdr code as below. This code is inside my style file, but is failing - presumably because it can't see \modulecode at the time that it is run (as it is defined in the preamble of the document). Is there a way around this: \fancyhead{} \lhead{\modulecode} \rhead{\lecturetitle}
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comment Use \newcommand with a variable inside a style file
I've had a look at that, but I'm not sure exactly what I need to look for. I could do this by passing a parameter to a package, but I can't see how to do that with passing strings rather than just options. What I was actually thinking of was creating a command (using \newcommand possibly) in the style file that would allow me to do something like \setmodulecode{COMP6023} in my document. That would seem to me to be the easiest way - and I'd guess it is fairly simple. Is that so?
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