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I would describe myself as a dreamer and crazy. I like to found different paths to those already established, or at least I like to thing that I do.

I found (La)TeX when I was finishing my undergrad studies, and love it since. Recently, I start using it more frequently, since I'm doing my Ph.D. And I'm overwhelm with all the possibilities it offers.

I like to visit this site because always I learn something new about (La)TeX.

See you around...


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Aug
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comment How to expand a macro to use it inside a question in AMC?
That is a nice workaround. However, if I use the functionality of AMC to shuffle the questions I will have problems, as the questions are not necessarily in the same order as they were input in the text.
Aug
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revised How to expand a macro to use it inside a question in AMC?
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asked How to expand a macro to use it inside a question in AMC?
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reviewed Approve answers using exercise.sty, beginning each chapter on new page
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revised How to pass the option “listings” to examplep
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revised How to pass the option “listings” to examplep
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asked How to pass the option “listings” to examplep
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comment Create a LTXexample environment ala figure*
I needed to show the example of using figure*. The issue is that I have a two column document, so I would like the figure and the code to appear both spanning the two columns.