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Songs, Chords and Lyrics in LaTeX with the Songs Package
Songs, Chords and Lyrics in LaTeX with the Songs Package
The songs package lets you create beautiful songbooks in LaTeX. You can typeset lyrics, lyrics with chords, and overhead slides for singing, all from a single master document. You can include both chord names and guitar tablature diagrams (but not full sheet music). This example is based on an excerpt from the example songbook in the documentation for the songs package.
The Songs Package Project
Creating an index with the makeidx package
Creating an index with the makeidx package
This is a short example to show how the \makeindex and \printindex commands can be used to create and display a document index. Example originally from http://www.dickimaw-books.com/latex/thesis/html/makeidx.html
A modification of this example by John Hammersley
Phép nghịch đảo
Phép nghịch đảo
Cho ba điểm A, B, C thẳng hàng theo thứ tự đó và ba nửa đường tròn đường kính AB, AC, BC nằm về một phía của đường thẳng AB. Dựng đường tròn tiếp xúc với cả ba nửa đường tròn trên.
Nguyen Thai Son
Zadatak
Zadatak
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Hamza Merzic
Listings Code Style for HTML5 (CSS, HTML, JavaScript)
Listings Code Style for HTML5 (CSS, HTML, JavaScript)
This example shows how to use the listings package to syntax highlight code in LaTeX. It highlights multiple languages: CSS, HTML and JavaScript. This example is being developed collaboratively in response to this question on the TeX StackExchange. Improvements welcome!
Benny Neugebauer and the TeX StackExchange Community
Lá cờ Việt Nam
Lá cờ Việt Nam
Code vẽ lá cờ Việt Nam dành cho SV ngành Toán ĐHSP để dạy lại cho học sinh cách vẽ lá cờ này.
Nguyen Thai Son
Paraboloid in LaTeX with TikZ
Paraboloid in LaTeX with TikZ
Trying to draw a paraboloid.
Adi
Bảng biến thiên 1
Bảng biến thiên 1
Bảng biến thiên của hàm số bậc nhất trên bậc hai, tập xác định D=R.
Nguyen Thai Son
Culmus Fonts for Hebrew in LaTeX
Culmus Fonts for Hebrew in LaTeX
This example shows how to use Culmus fonts to write Hebrew in LaTeX. The Culmus Project provides a collection of Hebrew fonts for GNU/Linux and LaTeX communities. Overleaf (formerly writeLaTeX) provides Culmus Fonts 0.7-r1 (as of 26 Jan 2014), in addition to the standard LaTeX fonts for Hebrew. (If you remove \usepackage{culmus}, you can see the standard fonts instead.) Also note that your Hebrew text must be UTF-8 encoded, and that Overleaf also supports entry of right-to-left (bidirectional) text in your LaTeX source.
Overleaf (writeLaTeX)