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  1. Tabbing in vim

    vim is one of the tools one can use for years and still discover new features or better ways to accomplish something. One of these features are tabs, which I didn't know exist until today. Although splitting windows is fine for most tasks, sometimes I wish to edit multiple ...

  2. LaTeX todonotes

    Currently I'm writing my bachelor thesis in mathematics and for noting what I still have to do or mark some difficulties, I used to add comments to the .tex-code. However, when printing the file or viewing the compiled output, these obviously won't be displayed. Gladly a quick ...

  3. Installing Surfer on Funtoo

    Surfer is a program for visualizing algebraic surfaces. Since I need it for my algebraic geometry class, I wanted it to compile and install on my funtoo machines, however the usual configure, make, make install procedure failed and I needed two additional steps to make it work. Here is how ...

  4. Beginning Haskell the practical way part two: File I/O

    In my last post about Haskell I showed how you can interact with the user via "blog/cleanurl/13-beginning-haskell-the-practical-way":"command line arguments" without the need for complicated libraries, so you can quickly start hacking and explore the language. In this post I want to cover file interaction, which is, since ...

  5. Beginning Haskell the practical way

    I found many useful tutorials for Haskell which do a great job explaining the language details and the mathematical nature of it, however, almost none gets you hacking in a few moments so you can experience Haskells power in the real world. But since using a new language is at ...


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