Till now I know that using LaTeX CS students can draw UML diagram easily with gorgeous look. I personally use LaTeX to make UML for my Software Design Pattern Lab.

LaTeX also supports for following things-

1.topological sort(example)
2.any graph
3.DFA & NFA(example)
4.source code listings(example, example, example, example)

Now, I need a book/document that describe all topics for those a CS student can use LaTeX.

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    "writing good looking essays" is a valid topic for CS and any other discipline. And, to me, it's good enough to justify using LaTeX. – Ignasi Oct 4 '17 at 15:02
  • @Ignasi add it in the question with example if you sure that this match with the topic I asked. – alhelal Oct 4 '17 at 17:40
  • I mean that this is the main topic for using LaTeX, all your proposed benefits are a plus. – Ignasi Oct 4 '17 at 17:55
  • @Ignasi -- the question is not whether or why cs students should use latex, but whether there are any books on how to use latex directed particularly at the cs community. – barbara beeton Oct 4 '17 at 20:44
  • @barbarabeeton you are right. – alhelal Oct 5 '17 at 1:00

Typesetting figures for computer science by Andrew Mertz, William Slough and Nancy Van Cleave from Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, Eastern Illinois University.

This article covers -

. Source code listings
. Drawing logic circuits
. Drawing stacks and stack frames
. Displaying fields of bit in machine instruction
. Drawing automata
. Drawing tree
. Grammars and parse trees
. Combinatorial graphs

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