Typesetting exercises: the exercise package =========================================== The package helps to typeset exercises or list of exercises within any document. Exercises, questions, sub-questions are automatically numbered. It is possible to put answers in the same document, and display them immediately, later in the document or not at all. The layout of exercise is fully customisable. It is then possible to typeset long problems, short exercises, questionnaires, etc. Usage of the babel package is detected, but not fully supported by now (only english and french are implemented). See documentation for more information. Copyright: ---------- Copyright (C) 2004 by Paul Pichaureau This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details. You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA. Installation: ------------- - execute latex on exercise.ins - execute latex on exercise.dtx - produce Index and Change History with makeindex -s gind.ist -o exercise.ind exercise.idx makeindex -s gglo.ist -o exercise.gls exercise.glo - and then execute latex on exercise.dtx (again !) - copy exercise.sty and exercise.pdf to the correct places in the texmf tree. exercise.sty could be put in $LOCALTEXMF\tex\latex\exercise exercise.pdf is the documentation of the package: it could take place in $TEXMF\doc\latex\exercise - run texhash or the corresponding command of your distribution To do: ------ - Add more languages. Change log: ----------- - v1.6 2014-10-20 Added \AtBeginExercise and \AddBeginAnswer (following a suggestion of Daniel Turner) Portuguese translation fixed. Russian translation added (thx to Andreï V. Kostyrka) Added \AnswerSkipBefore and \AnswerSkipAfter (thx to Alexander Malkis) Bugs corrected. - v1.58 2012-05-08 Minor modification to avoid pagebreak after exercise and answer heading (thx to Mathias Magdowski) - v1.57 2011/07/19 Bug correction on exercise selection (thx to Tobias Isenberg) - v1.56 2011/05/10 Portuguese translation added (thx to José Romildo Malaquias) - v1.55 2011/03/13 Command \refAnswer added (thx to Ferenc Wettl) - v1.54 2010/12/14 Corrected a bug with infinite loop in Answer - v1.53 2010/11/27 Exercise selection now works correctly - v1.52 2010/10/09 New skip added German support added (thx to Peter Zimmermann) - v1.5 2010/10/03 Label and reference now corrects Dutch support added (thx to Frank Koenders) - v1.4 2010/08/27 Many bugs corrected Exercise selection reviewed - v1.31 2009/03/28 Italian support added - v1.3 2009/03/26 Spanish support added List of exercices support Bug corrected - v1.2 2006/04/22 A basic exercice selection mechanism added. - v1.11 2004/09/08 Corrected a bug preventing the correct use of the babel package. - v1.1 2004/09/05 Added the \renewcounter command - v1 2004/08/19 First release 19 aout 2004 Paul Pichaureau email@example.com
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exercise – Typeset exercises, problems, etc. and their answers
The package helps to typeset exercises or list of exercises within any document.
Exercises, questions and sub-questions are automatically numbered. It is possible to put answers in the same document, and display them immediatly, later in the document or not to print answers at all.
The layout of exercises is fully customisable. It is possible to typeset long problems, short exercises, questionnaires, etc.
Usage of the babel package is detected, but not fully supported yet (only English and French are implemented).
|Licenses||GNU General Public License, version 2|
|Contained in||TeX Live as exercise|
MiKTeX as exercise