I need to write pseudocode in ConTeXt. Since there is no documentation of the t-algorithmic module, and because I don't have so much to write, I decided to format the code myself.

Here is what I tried:


{\bf for all} $i \in [0, 43[$\\
\>  blah blah

Sadly, this doesn't work. How can I indent a specific line ? Or an entire paragraph.

Thanks !

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    The documentation for the algorithmic module can be found on BitBucket. Consider using it. To your problem: You can use \setupindenting[yes,big] \let\>\indent. And watch out, TeX does not eat the space after the >. – Marco Jul 24 '13 at 9:41
  • \setupindenting adds indentation for all the paragraphs of the document, how can I avoid this ? Thanks for the documentation ! :) – Simon Jul 24 '13 at 9:48
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    Switch the indentation off after you're done with your algorithm: \setupindenting[no] – Marco Jul 24 '13 at 9:52
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    Also, for indenting multiple lines you can use the \{start,stop}narrower environment. – Philipp Gesang Jul 24 '13 at 10:25
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    If you really want to use the minimal markup that use have, use \def\>{\null\qquad}. Adding the \null ensures that the space at the beinining of the line is not eaten. Another option is to use the lines environment with space=yes – Aditya Jul 24 '13 at 14:44

The documentation for the algorithmic module can be found on BitBucket.. Here I present three solutions, one using the algorithmic module, one which uses the lines environment and your custom \> macro and one which uses the lines environment combined with the narrower environment, which is rather verbose.



    \FORALL {\math{i \in [0, 43[}}
      \STATE blah blah
      \STATE more lines

  \subject{\mono{lines} and custom macro:}

    {\bf for all} \math{i \in [0, 43[}
    \>blah blah
    \>more lines

  \subject{\mono{lines} and \mono{narrower}:}

    {\bf for all} \math{i \in [0, 43[}
      blah blah
      more lines



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