[NTG-context] Example markup

Wolfgang Schuster schuster.wolfgang at googlemail.com
Fri Feb 12 19:15:07 CET 2010


Am 12.02.10 18:59, schrieb Bernhard Rosensteiner:
> maybe you mean something like that:
>
> \define[1]\example{\tfx#1\tfa}
>    
brr, when you want to define it in this way you should use grouping, e.g.

\define[1]\example{{\tfx#1}}

a better solution is

\define\example{\groupedcommand{\tfx}{}}

because you can now write

\example{...} and {\example ...}


The best way is to use \definealternativestyle, e.g.

\definealternativestyle [example] [\tfx] [\tfx]

the command takes three arguments because you can set with
the third argument a different behaviour in titles etc.


A third way is \definestartstop, e.g.

\definestartstop[example][style=\tfx]

this creates not only the command \example but also a example
environment where you get a smaller font.

Wolfgang



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