wordcount – Estimate the number of words in a LaTeX document
The package provides a relatively easy way of estimating the number of words in a LaTeX document that does not require dvitty or other DVI converters. It does however require something like Unix grep -c that can search a file for a particular string and report the number of matching lines. An accompanying shell script wordcount.sh contains more information in its comments.
|License||The LaTeX Project Public License|
|Copyright||2000 Michael John Downes|
|Maintainer||Michael J. Downes (inactive)|
|Contained in||TeX Live as wordcount|
|MiKTeX as wordcount|
count the ‘words’ in a document|
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