10 questions linked to/from Prettiest way to typeset "C++" (cplusplus)?
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### How to beautify '+' sign [duplicate]

I am writing a document with LaTeX covering the basics of programming with C++ and unfortunately the '+' signs look kind of ugly to me: They seem to be too big, too thin (regarding the rest of the ...
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### Remove white spaces from latex [duplicate]

How can the white spaces from the output of the following line: $C++$ be omitted so that there is no white space between 'C' and '+' and the last '+'. The current output is: C + + C and the ...
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### How to make the correct hash-symbol in C Sharp (C#)

I want to make C# look nice in my book, but with the following: C\# it looks like this: When it should look more like this: For the second one, I used verbatim, but I don't want that and I've also ...
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### LaTeX getting “Missing } inserted” error

I'm getting "Missing } inserted" error, when compiling with pdflatex and I really don't understand why. This is occurring in a beamer frame. Maybe someone comes up with something useful. \...
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### Subscript. Superscript. Middlescript?

What's the best way to vertically center inline text for both math and text modes? Is there something similar to \textsuperscript for non-math mode?
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### How to outputs 'C\C++'

I just try output C\C++ in LaTeX as following below: \textit{C\backslashC\+\+} But im getting this issue: ! Undefined control sequence. <argument> C\backslashC \+\+ l.141 ...
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### Multiple listings styles

In using the listings package, how can I have a distinct \lstlistingname value for each type of listing. Lets say my document has C++, R and Pseudo listings, and I would like the \lstlistingname ...
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### A package with macros for programming languages names?

Is there any package with predefined macros for common programming languages' names? I mean, macros that help writing things like C++, C#, F# etc. in a nice way, the same way as for example \TeX? I ...