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  1. 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 ...

  2. 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 ...

  3. 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 ...

  4. 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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