# modroman – Write numbers in lower case roman numerals

This package provides only two macros viz. `\modromannumeral`
which writes the number given as argument in lower case roman
numeral with a ‘j’ instead of a
‘i’ as the final letter of numbers greater than 1
and `\modroman{MyCounter}` which writes the value of a
counter in the same way. You use the first in the same way as
the TeX primitive `\romannumeral` and the second as LaTeX
command `\roman`. The default option is
‘vpourv’ with which 5 is
‘translated’ as ‘v’ and option
‘upourv’ whith which the same 5 is given as
‘u’.

Sources | `/macros/latex/contrib/modroman` |

Documentation | |

Version | 1 |

License | The LaTeX Project Public License |

Maintainer | Yvon Henel |

TDS archive | `modroman.tds.zip` |

Contained in | TeX Live as modroman |

MiKTeX as modroman | |

Topics |
formatting numbers, etc |

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