[NTG-context] about the defining itemized columns.

Hans Hagen j.hagen at xs4all.nl
Thu Jul 26 11:13:38 CEST 2018


On 7/26/2018 9:06 AM, Jeong Dal wrote:
> Dear all,
> 
> In mathematics, there are many occasions to make exercise problems in columns, and I did that using “tabulate” as following. 	Thanks Hans for this method!
> %%%%%%%
> \define\iTwo{\starttabulate[||w(.42\makeupwidth)||lw(.42\makeupwidth)|]}
> \define\iThree{\starttabulate[||lw(.28\makeupwidth)||lw(.28\makeupwidth)||lw(.28\makeupwidth)|]}
> \define\iFour{\starttabulate[||lw(.21\makeupwidth)||lw(.21\makeupwidth)||lw(.21\makeupwidth)||lw(.21\makeupwidth)|]}
> 
> \starttext
> \startitemize[n]
> \iTwo
> \NC \itemtag \NC test1
> \NC \itemtag \NC test2 \NC\NR
> \NC \itemtag \NC test3
> \NC \itemtag \NC test4 \NC\NR
> \NC \itemtag \NC test5
> \NC \itemtag \NC test6 \NC\NR
> \stoptabulate
> \stopitemize
> \stoptext
> 
> %%%%%%%
> It works well.
> Since the numbers in the definitions are calculated by .84/2, .84/3, .84/4, I want to combine those definitions in one form.
> Is it possible to define a one definition which can be set by argument as following.
> 
> \define[1]\iCol{\starttabulate[|*{#1}{|lw(.84/#1)\makeupwidth|}]}
> 
> When I call it \iCol{2}, the first *{#1} is working, but the second #1 is a problem.
> I tried \ctxlua for division, but it didn’t work either.
> Is there a nice way to define them in one definition?
> It may be my greedy hope.
\define[1]\iCol
   {\starttabulate[|*{#1}{|lw(\dimexpr.84\makeupwidth/#1\relax)|}]}


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