Can someone figure out a conditional
\bye in TeX-Code? (plain tex)
I want to put in several lines into a TeX-file, each ending with
\end , to be compiled before the document is complete, to gain and see the "status quo" of the document, later to be finally compiled using the last stated `\end``command.
This is the end \end This is the other end \end This is the last end \end
The first and second
\end command should be deactivated or deleted, as long as another
\end command follows, only the third (or last)
\end command shall be expanded or used.