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       |                'arrayjob'; 'arrayjobx'                    |
       |                  Versions 1.03; 1.04                      |
       |               May 3, 2000; May 3, 2010                    |
       |                                                           |
       |  Zhuhan Jiang (University of Western Sydney - Australia)  |
       |              <zhuhan@scm.uws.edu.au>                      |

The 'arrayjob(x)' package provides array data structures in (La)TeX, in the
meaning of the classical procedural programming languages like Fortran, Ada or
C, and macros to manipulate them. Arrays can be mono or bi-dimensional.

This is useful for applications which require high level programming
techniques, like algorithmic graphics programmed in the TeX language.

The accompanying documentation files (arrayjob.tex, arrayjobx.tex ) were
written by Denis Girou <Denis.Girou@idris.fr> and updated by Michael Sharpe

Version 1.03 (arrayjob) is provided only for compatibility with old work that
made explicit use of the \array macro. Version 1.04 (arrayjobx, modification
suggested by Michael Sharpe) should be used for all new work---the only
difference is that the macro known as \array in version 1.03 is known under
the name \arrayx in version 1.04 in order to avoid conflict with the name
\array as used in amsmath.

This package is released under the terms of the LaTeX Project Public License.


Name Size Date Notes
README 1575 2010-05-03 12:00
ar­rayjob.pdf 463847 2010-05-03 00:30
ar­rayjob.sty 7471 2006-01-12 05:46
ar­rayjob.tex 71852 2010-05-03 00:30
ar­rayjobx.pdf 464034 2010-05-03 03:20
ar­rayjobx.sty 7715 2010-05-03 12:00
ar­rayjobx.tex 71853 2010-05-03 03:19

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ar­rayjobx – Ar­ray data struc­tures for (La)TeX

This pack­age pro­vides ar­ray data struc­tures in (La)TeX, in the mean­ing of the clas­si­cal pro­ce­du­ral pro­gram­ming lan­guages like For­tran, Ada or C, and macros to ma­nip­u­late them. Ar­rays can be mono or bi-di­men­sional. This is use­ful for ap­pli­ca­tions which re­quire high level pro­gram­ming tech­niques, like al­go­rith­mic graph­ics pro­grammed in the TeX lan­guage.

The pack­age su­per­sedes the ar­rayjob pack­age.

Pack­age De­tailsar­rayjobx
Li­censeThe LaTeX Project Public Li­cense
Main­tainerZhuhan Jiang (in­ac­tive)
Michael Sharpe
Con­tained inTeX Live as ar­rayjobx
MiKTeX as ar­rayjob
Topics sup­port for de­vel­op­ment of (La)TeX macros
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