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  • Title TeX for the Impatient
  • Author(s) Paul Abrahams, Kathryn Hargreaves, and Karl Berry
  • Publisher: Addison Wesley (July 2000); eBook (GNU Edition, 2016)
  • License(s): GNU Free Documentation License
  • Paperback 357 pages
  • eBook PDF, 393 pages
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0201513757
  • ISBN-13: 978-0201513752
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Book Description

TeX, a software system created by Donald Ervin Knuth, sets the standard for typesetting in mathematics, science, and engineering.

This is a handbook that arose from the need to help technical writers learn TeX more quickly - and once having learned it, to find fast answers to common questions. Clear, concise, and accessible, this book is organized for easy retrieval of information, thoroughly indexed, and carefully designed for learning by example.

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