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comment Why are so many symbols restricted to math mode?
“byte” might need to be “nibble” (bytes have 256 values and take two hex digits, nibbles have 16 values and take one hex digit). In other words, a nibble is half of a full byte.
Sep
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answered Using \InsertChunk on examdesign class to create testbank
Sep
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comment Extra line in a tabular using expl3 syntax
Perfect, thanks!
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accepted Extra line in a tabular using expl3 syntax
Sep
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comment Extra line in a tabular using expl3 syntax
The final \cr is necessary for my usage, though perhaps this is not obvious. The table has a bottom border, and the \hline needs to be on a new (zero height) row.
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asked Extra line in a tabular using expl3 syntax
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awarded  Citizen Patrol
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comment How to transpose a table in expl3
Oh, but one thing I had to fix that might not be obvious: if you use the command twice, terrible things happen. You just need to zero out the global variables at the beginning, so an easy fix.
Sep
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comment How to transpose a table in expl3
@ScottH. Thanks! If you want to only give the bottom answer, that is fine with me. I ended up changing the syntax a little (and using tl_head). I think your second answer will help more people. :-)
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accepted How to transpose a table in expl3
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comment How to transpose a table in expl3
@JosephWright: Does it sound right that I should be using the sequence splits and maps from expl3 instead of ProcessList from xparse? Scott's solution is working very well, and I'll likely rewrite my single-stack version to use those ideas.
Sep
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comment How to transpose a table in expl3
Officially, the colon is supposed to work in \seq_set_split:Nnn right? I agree it doesn't, and I couldn't make it work. The hyphen looks fine, so this is only for curiosity.
Sep
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comment How to transpose a table in expl3
Thanks! I'm adjusting it now to my specific situation (and taking care of 100 other tasks). Once I've got it working, I'll accept. Your use of :c is so simple and clear, thanks! [current project is detecting the last row, since somehow I'm getting an extra visible row when using {r|rrr} style tabular headings]
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