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seqsplit – Split long sequences of characters in a neutral way

When one needs to type long se­quences of let­ters (such as in base-se­quences in genes) or of num­bers (such as cal­cu­la­tions of tran­scen­den­tal num­bers), there's no ob­vi­ous break points to be found. The pack­age pro­vides a com­mand \se­qs­plit, which makes its ar­gu­ment split­table any­where, and then leaves the para­graph-maker to do the split­ting.

While the pack­age may ob­vi­ously be used to type­set DNA se­quences, the user may con­sider the dnaseq as a rather more pow­er­ful al­ter­na­tive.

Sources /macros/latex/contrib/seqsplit
Li­censeThe Project Public Li­cense
Copy­right2006 Boris Veyts­man
Main­tainerBoris Veyts­man
Con­tained in TeX Live as se­qs­plit
MiKTeX as se­qs­plit
Topics Pseudo-Hyphen­ation

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