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bio website esham.io
location United States
age 26
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seen Dec 6 '13 at 18:12

Recovering physicist. I write desktop GUIs and embedded-system code for a scientific-equipment manufacturer. I have experience with Objective-C/Cocoa, Clojure, Python, C, C++, Ruby, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and others.


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answered How do I add a blank line in the algorithmic environment?
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comment What’s the most straightforward way to typeset theorems etc. when the numbering is entirely manual?
I don’t need the ability to cross-reference so this will work fine. Thanks!
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accepted What’s the most straightforward way to typeset theorems etc. when the numbering is entirely manual?
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comment What’s the most straightforward way to typeset theorems etc. when the numbering is entirely manual?
@GonzaloMedina As I said, we’re assigned a smattering of problems from a textbook (e.g. “problem 12 from chapter 4 and problem 5 from chapter 5”), and in order to include the problem number in my answers I need to use wildly non-sequential values (4.12 and 5.5 in this example).
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asked What’s the most straightforward way to typeset theorems etc. when the numbering is entirely manual?