clrscode3e – Typesets pseudocode as in Introduction to Algorithms
This package allows you to typeset pseudocode in the style of Introduction to Algorithms, Third edition, by Cormen, Leiserson, Rivest, and Stein. The package was written by the authors. Use the commands the same way the package’s author did when writing the book, and your output will look just like the pseudocode in the text.
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|Maintainer||Thomas H. Cormen
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typeset languages for expressing algorithms
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