CTAN Update: multiexpand
Added code to make multiexpand.sty work when \numexpr is not available. The package should now be compatible with most formats. Since multiexpand is not restricted to LaTeX anymore, it has been moved from /macros/latex/contrib/multiexpand to /macros/generic/multiexpand.
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Thanks for the upload. For the CTAN Team Petra Rübe-Pugliese
multiexpand – Variations on the primitive command \expandafter
The package provides two user commands; one that performs multiple expansions, and one that does multiple \expandafter operations, in a single macro call.
The author suggests that the same effect could be provided by use of the command variant mechanisms of LaTeX 3 (see, for example, the interface documentation of the experimental LaTeX 3 kernel).
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