The "algorithms" bundle provides two environments, "algorithmic" and "algorithm", which are designed to be used together but may be used separately. The "algorithmic" environment provides an environment for describing algorithms and the "algorithm" environment provides a "float" wrapper for algorithms (implemented using "algorithmic" or some other method at the author's option). The reason that two environments are provided is to allow the author maximum flexibility. The algorithms bundle is (currently) licensed under the Lesser GPL license, which is a Free Software license. It may, in the future, be released under the standard LaTeX license (the Latex Project Public License). -- Rog�rio Brito <firstname.lastname@example.org> Fri, 2 Jun 2006 21:54:10 -0300
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algorithms – A suite of tools for typesetting algorithms in pseudo-code
Consists of two environments: algorithm and algorithmic. The algorithm package defines a floating algorithm environment designed to work with the algorithmic style. Within an algorithmic environment a number of commands for typesetting popular algorithmic constructs are available.
|License||GNU Library General Public License|
|Copyright||1994 Peter Williams|
Peter Williams (inactive)
|Contained in||TeXLive as algorithms|
|MiKTeX as algorithms|
typeset languages for expressing algorithms|