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- cross_platform:encoding:text-code:latex: 12 Hits
- xchange.com/questions/11123/prevent-pdflatex-from-writing-a-bunch-of-files |Prevent pdflatex from writing a bunch of files]]
http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/LaTeX/Int... drew Roberts on the [[http://www.andy-roberts.net/writing/latex/benefits |Benefits of LaTeX typesetting]]
... to handle a somewhat convoluted story that I was writing. When I wrote the first half of the story, back
- cross_platform:encoding:text-code:lightweight_markup: 4 Hits
* [[https://help.github.com/categories/writing-on-github/ |Writing on GitHub]]
* [[https://help.github.com/articles/creating-and-highlighting-code-bl... line-breaks ===
For example, the final two verses of [... hub cheatsheet, and to their extensions for email writing:
> Right-click in the email and then click "Markd
- cross_platform:encoding:dpl: 3 Hits
- es v3, but beware the lack of support (at time of writing).
* [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Python_%28pr... and since then, I'm less puzzled. Subsequently, writing a clickable script to backup my vimfiles was fair... ====
* [[http://docs.python-guide.org/en/latest/writing/style |Code Style]] is a good intro guide.
- cross_platform:imagey: 3 Hits
- * [[http://www.sno.phy.queensu.ca/~phil/exiftool/#writing |Writing Meta Information]] - explains his command syntax, and he [[http://www.sno.phy.queensu.ca/~phil/exiftool/writing.html |explains why this ain't generally easy]].
- cross_platform:encoding:encoding: 2 Hits
- doing a kind of hidden markup. Now I've taken to writing in plain text with gVim, if I want a fancier output, like these DokuWiki pages, writing the markup is easy. HTML is just a standard mark
- online:cms: 2 Hits
- s]] are automatically set in ''Admin > Settings > Writing'' to [[http://pingomatic.com/ |Ping-O-Matic]].
- cross_platform:encoding:text-code:unicode: 1 Hits
- /wiki/Unicode |Unicode covers almost all scripts (writing systems) in current use today.]]
- online:email: 1 Hits
- le mail accounts.
=== Use ===
* Writing > Plain text is the default format, but you can s
- unix-like:unix-like: 1 Hits
- a-driven paradigm, and are particularly suited to writing one-liner programs, due to the implicit main loop
- microsoft: 1 Hits
- echnet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee177031.aspx |Writing Messages to the Console Window]]
- start: 1 Hits
- ; I've got a ton more private notes. The style of writing is as compact as possible, but intuitive for me,