coollist – Manipulate COntent Oriented LaTeX Lists
Lists are defined as a sequence of tokens separated by a comma. The coollist package allows the user to access certain elements of the list while neglecting others—essentially turning lists into a sort of array. List elements are accessed by specifying the position of the object within the list (the index of the item).
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|Contained in||TeX Live as coollist|
|MiKTeX as coollist|
manipulate data within TeX
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