+AMDG This document is copyright 2009 by Donald P. Goodman, and is released publicly under the LaTeX Project Public License. The distribution and modification of this work is constrained by the conditions of that license. See http://www.latex-project.org/lppl.txt for the text of the license. This document is released under version 1.3 of that license, and this work may be distributed or modified under the terms of that license or, at your option, any later version. This work has the LPPL maintenance status 'maintained'. The Current Maintainer of this work is Donald P. Goodman (firstname.lastname@example.org). This work consists of the files listed in dozenalfilelist.txt. dozenal provides macros and characters in a variety of styles and sizes, designed to blend with the Computer Modern family, for typesetting dozenal documents. It employs the \basexii algorithm by David Kastrup. This document should run properly on any properly running LaTeX system. It's been tested specifically with TeXLive on Linux (2.6.2 kernel).
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dozenal – Typeset documents using base twelve numbering (also called "dozenal")
The package supports typesetting documents whose counters are represented in base twelve, also called “dozenal”. It includes a macro by David Kastrup for converting positive whole numbers to dozenal from decimal (base ten) representation. The package also includes a few other macros and redefines all the standard counters to produce dozenal output.
Fonts, in Roman, italic, slanted, and boldface versions, provide ten and eleven (the Pitman characters preferred by the Dozenal Society of Great Britain). The fonts were designed to blend well with the Computer Modern fonts, and are available both as METAFONT source and in Adobe Type 1 format.
|License||The LaTeX Project Public License 1.3|
|Maintainer||Donald P. Goodman|
|Contained in||TeX Live as dozenal|
|MiKTeX as dozenal|
fonts distributed as METAFONT source|
font available in Adobe Type 1 format
fonts with specific small application areas