[NTG-context] TeX: Macro definition

Procházka Lukáš Ing. - Pontex s. r. o. LPr at pontex.cz
Thu Apr 7 11:27:03 CEST 2011


Hello,

how to define a macro to take the new-line character as end-of-parameter?

The following macro:

\def\T#1\par{#1}

takes everything until \par (or empty line as it equals \par primitive) as #1, so the following is valid:

\T abc def\par
\T abc

\T def

(#1 becomes: "abc def", "abc" and "def".)

How to define the same macro to accept end-of-line as end-of-parameter?

I tried (although I'm aware this may not lead to the goal):

\def\T#1^^M{#1}

or

\def\T#1\crlf{#1}

to allow writing:

\T abc def
\T abc
\T def

So how to define the macro?

Thanks in advance.

Kind regards,

Lukas


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