# Directory `macros/latex/contrib/mlist`

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_________________ The MLIST package v0.6a This package defines the commands \newvect, \newmatr, \newfunc, and \newmset for creating macros to typeset vectors, matrices, functions, and sets. For example, Logical indexing can then be used to refer to elements or arguments without hard-coding the symbols in the document: \newvect\myvect{V}[elem=a,b,c] \myvect{1,2,3} produces \left( V_a, V_b, V_c \right) All aspects of the typeset appearance can be adjusted, and new `mlists' can be defined to represent other mathematical constructs. Consider this package an exploration of separation of form and content for some mathematical constructions. I hope you find it useful. ________________________ History of major changes v0.6: Added the headhook option to accomodate accents to the head symbol. Perhaps a little experimental. v0.5: Introduced \newmset for defining mathematical sets; with pre-defined sets \setR, \setC, \setZ, \setN. ______________ Will Robertson wspr 81 [at] gmail [dot] com Copyright 2007-2008 Distributed under the LaTeX Project Public License

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## mlist – Logical markup for lists

The package defines commands that create macros for typesetting vectors, matrices and functions, in a logical way. For example, logical indexing can then be used to refer to elements or arguments without hard-coding the symbols in the document.

Package | mlist |

Version | 0.6a |

Licenses | The LaTeX Project Public License |

Copyright | 2007 Will Robertson |

Maintainer | Will Robertson |

TDS archive | `mlist.tds.zip` |

Contained in | TeX Live as mlist MiKTeX as mlist |

Topics | Maths |