arrayjob – Array data structures for (La)TeX
This package provides array data structures in (La)TeX, in the meaning of the classical procedural programming languages like Fortran, Ada or C, and macros to manipulate them. Arrays can be mono or bi-dimensional. This is useful for applications which require high level programming techniques, like algorithmic graphics programmed in the TeX language.
The package is now superseded by the arrayjobx package, which has the same specification but is less error-prone.
|Licenses||The LaTeX Project Public License|
Zhuhan Jiang (inactive)
|Contained in||TeX Live as arrayjobx|
MiKTeX as arrayjob
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