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Re: theorem templates

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Tue, 4 Jan 2000 21:30:02 CET

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 Frank Mittelbach wrote: > A few comments on Achim nice piece of work: > > > % This template starts a new environment, typesets the head of a > > % theorem, and sets fonts for the body of the theorem. The > > % environment is ended by an \verb|\@endtheorem| command. > > in my implementation for lists (not ready yet) I used something like > \EndThisList to denote the reference to the code. [snip] > for the theoremstyle template type a good name could then be something > like \EndThisTheorem. I think it would be a good idea to uniformly call those commands \EndThisEnvironment. Achim ________________________________________________________________________                                 _ | \_____/ |     // Achim Blumensath | \ _ \O/ \___/\ |    // [log in to unmask] |-< /_\ =o= \ /\ \|  \X/ (p^2 - m^2)\psi = 0 |_/ \_ /"\ o----| ____________________________________________________________________\___|