How characaters are produced:
The following code chunk was found in Perl Best Practices. Its syntactic symmetry and elegance caught my attention.
This note will allow you to insert images into your document.
This tells LaTeX how to map a character inside the document:
The following code snipplet defines two functions:
It often makes reading equations a lot easier when breaking them up across lines:
This note demonstrates some exciting Perl magic. It presents several ways to convert a directory-like name of an object in Active Directory to a X.500 Distonguished name.
XFig is an drawing program which stores images in its own format (fig) which can be converted to most commonly used image and vector formats:
This contains a list of weird behaviour.
You’d like your document to use a Sans Serif font
The fonts in your PDF document are all fuzzy
TOC pages and references are all wrong
Using the package fancyhdr does not affect the index
Referring to an figure does not produce the correct reference
Figures are moved to the end of the document
Using addcontentsline does not refer to the correct page
See Adding TOC Lines
Package fancybox breaks table of contents
This is a known bug with this package.
LaTeX2HTML locks while processing the document