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How can I invert a 'clip' selection within TikZ?

I wish to draw an arc for a reflex angle on the outside of a triangle with coordinates (A), (B) and (C). If I wanted to draw the arc inside the triangle I could use something like \begin{scope} \...
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How can I highlight some lines from source code?

I am preparing a presentation (using beamer) and I'll need to include many snippets of source-code. For including source code, I'll probably use listings package. (I know there is also minted package, ...
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Has the time come for a LaTeX3 successor to 'listings'?

I'm currently looking for a nice and challenging open-source project to work/collaborate on after my thesis. I don't have a Comp. Sci. background, but I'd like to learn more about compiler ...
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Beamer and verbatim sync

I'm preparing a beamer presentation to show some basic TikZ stuff. I would like to have a two columns slide, where on the left I have the TikZ figure, and on the right the generating code. BUT, I also ...
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Two code blocks working syncronously

I need two code blocks in my beamer frame. One will be the code and other will be the output for each line of code. I want to uncover each code line and corresponding output line. So, first it will ...
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Beamer - Using \pause within lstlisting

I am preparing a beamer presentation and using the lstlisting environment in order to put in code. However, I would like to use the \pause command within lstlisting. By definition that is not possible....
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Highlighting line ranges in a lstlisting: partial solution, but expansion issues

In my quest for a better solution for How to change appearance of a particular line when using \lstincludelisting, I came across the linebackground= option Martin Scharrer added to the listings ...
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Using beamer's \uncover with the listings package

I want use listings package with uncover command. He's my code \usepackage{listings} \lstnewenvironment{Exemplecode}{}{} \newenvironment{Framecode}[1] {\begin{frame}[fragile, environment=Framecode]{#...
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Is it possible to use the listings package incrementally in beamer?

Given a frame that has code rendered in a \begin{lstlisting}...\end{lstlisting} environment, is it possible to use beamer's incremental frame building feature to highlight code snippets? Here is an ...
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Beamer: How to do src highlighting when src is split with \only<> command? [duplicate]

Thanks to Marc van Dongen there is a template of a "step by step" programming tutorial (with a sample layout in his question): How to create step by step annotated programming tutorial in LaTeX? . I ...
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Overlays in grammar rules

I'd like to use Beamer overlays inside a grammar definition: \documentclass{beamer} \usepackage{syntax} \begin{document} \begin{frame}[fragile]{} \begin{grammar} <term> ::= <term1&...
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How to include Mathematica code in LaTeX/Beamer [duplicate]

I found the best (IMHO) way to include Mathematica code in LaTeX: Fanciest way to include Mathematica code in LaTeX (@jkuczm) To the test I put the TeX code from link above, but it doesn't work with ...
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How to let listings “pop up” in Beamer frames?

I'm making a lot of use of beamers "pop-up" [<+->] functionality. And I'd like to make also lstlisting envrionments pop-up. How can I do so? Displaying listings works fine (thanks to [fragile]),...