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1 %$Header$
2 %
3 %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
4 %% SEPARATORS
5 %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
6 %%
7 %Digit separation distance for denoting thousands, etc. Choosing space rather than comma.
8 \newcommand{\vworkthousandsdigsepinmathmode}{\;}
9 %%
10 %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
11 %% CHAPTER QUOTES
12 %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
13 %%
14 %Quote which begins each chapter.
15 \newcommand{\beginchapterquote}[2]{\textbf{#1}\begin{flushright}\emph{---#2}\end{flushright}}
16
17 %Source when included with quote which begins each chapter.
18 \newcommand{\chapquoteshortsrc}[1]{\begin{flushright}\emph{---#1}\end{flushright}}
19 %%
20 %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
21 %% EXAMPLES
22 %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
23 %%
24 %General-purpose example start. Used to generate the beginning of the example
25 %only, should enclose only an optional label.
26 \newtheorem{vworkgenexample}{Example}
27
28 %General-purpose example solution start.
29 \newcommand{\vworkgenexamplesolutionhead}{\noindent\textbf{Solution: }}
30
31 %General-purpose example solution body. This is the environment in which
32 %the example's solution is stated. For the present time, there are no
33 %changes to the text.
34 \newenvironment{vworkgenexamplesolutionbody}{\noindent\textbf{Solution: }}{}
35
36 %Define a new counter used to hold the example number within a chapter.
37 %\newcounter{vworkexamplecounter}[chapter]
38
39 %Alternate numbering for examples.
40 %\renewcommand{\thevworkexamplecounter}{\thechapter.\arabic{vworkexamplecounter}}
41
42 %Define the marking which delimits the start of an example. For now, this
43 %is a little bit of space and a horizontal bar.
44 \newcommand{\vworkexampleheader}{\par\nopagebreak\vspace{0.01in}%
45 \noindent\rule{\textwidth}{1pt}%
46 \par\nopagebreak}
47
48 %Define the marking which delimits the end of an example. For now, this is
49 %a horizontal line. An example must be "footed" manually because there are
50 %so many variations on what can be in an example.
51 \newcommand{\vworkexamplefooter}{\par\nopagebreak%
52 \vspace{0.01in}\noindent\rule{\textwidth}{1pt}%
53 \par\nopagebreak}
54
55 %Define a new environment to hold the body of an example, and the numbering of an
56 %example.
57 \newenvironment{vworkexamplestatement}%
58 {\vworkexampleheader\noindent%
59 \setlength{\parindent}{0em}%
60 \setlength{\parskip}{1ex}%
61 \refstepcounter{vworktheoremcounter}%
62 \textbf{Example \nopagebreak[2]\thevworktheoremcounter{}: }}{\par}
63
64 %Define a new environment to hold a "solution" or "remarks" block within an example.
65 %The presence or absence of a colon is something that may change, so better to code
66 %that in here.
67 \newenvironment{vworkexampleparsection}[1]{\par\noindent%
68 \setlength{\parindent}{0em}%
69 \setlength{\parskip}{1ex}%
70 \textbf{#1:\nopagebreak[2] }}{\par}
71 %%
72 %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
73 %% DEFINITIONS
74 %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
75 %%
76 %Counter for "artifical" theorems. In this context, "artificial" means that the
77 %built-in theorem environment is not used.
78 %\newcounter{vworkdefinitioncounter}[chapter]
79
80 %Alternate numbering for definitions.
81 %\renewcommand{\thevworkdefinitioncounter}{\thechapter.\arabic{vworkdefinitioncounter}}
82
83 %Define the markings which delimit the start and ends of a definition. For now, these
84 %are NULL. Later, I may define something else--a little extra space or a line.
85 \newcommand{\vworkdefinitionheader}{\par\nopagebreak%
86 \vspace{0.01in}\noindent\rule{\textwidth}{1pt}%
87 \par\nopagebreak}
88 \newcommand{\vworkdefinitionfooter}{\par\nopagebreak%
89 \vspace{0.01in}\noindent\rule{\textwidth}{1pt}%
90 \par\nopagebreak}
91
92 %Environment to hold definitions. This was defined (rather than using the built-in
93 %environment) because I cannot stand having a number without a colon.
94 \newenvironment{vworkdefinitionstatement}%
95 {\vworkdefinitionheader\noindent%
96 \setlength{\parindent}{0em}%
97 \setlength{\parskip}{1ex}%
98 \refstepcounter{vworktheoremcounter}%
99 \textbf{Definition \nopagebreak[2]\thevworktheoremcounter{}: }}{\par}
100
101 %Environment to begin a definition that also has descriptive text.
102 \newenvironment{vworkdefinitionstatementpar}[1]%
103 {\vworkdefinitionheader\noindent%
104 \setlength{\parindent}{0em}%
105 \setlength{\parskip}{1ex}%
106 \refstepcounter{vworktheoremcounter}%
107 \textbf{Definition \nopagebreak[2]\thevworktheoremcounter{} (#1): }}{\par}
108
109 %Define a new environment to hold a "solution" or "remarks" block within a definition.
110 %The presence or absence of a colon is something that may change, so better to code
111 %that in here.
112 \newenvironment{vworkdefinitionparsection}[1]{\par\noindent%
113 \setlength{\parindent}{0em}%
114 \setlength{\parskip}{1ex}%
115 \textbf{#1:\nopagebreak[2] }}{\par}
116 %%
117 %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
118 %% LEMMAS
119 %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
120 %%
121 %% Because lemmas and theorems are so similar, decided that they should
122 %% use the same counters. I think this makes it easier for readers, so they
123 %% don't have to separate the two out when searching.
124 %%
125 %\newcounter{vworktheoremcounter}[chapter]
126
127 %Alternate numbering for lemmas.
128 %\renewcommand{\thevworktheoremcounter}{\thechapter.\arabic{vworktheoremcounter}}
129
130 %Define the markings which delimit the start and ends of a lemma. For now, these
131 %are NULL. Later, I may define something else--a little extra space or a line.
132 \newcommand{\vworklemmaheader}{\par\nopagebreak%
133 \vspace{0.01in}\noindent\rule{\textwidth}{1pt}%
134 \par\nopagebreak}
135 \newcommand{\vworklemmafooter}{\par\nopagebreak%
136 \vspace{0.01in}\noindent\rule{\textwidth}{1pt}%
137 \par\nopagebreak}
138
139 %Environment to hold lemmas. This was defined (rather than using the built-in
140 %environment) because I cannot stand having a number without a colon.
141 \newenvironment{vworklemmastatement}%
142 {\vworklemmaheader\noindent%
143 \setlength{\parindent}{0em}%
144 \setlength{\parskip}{1ex}%
145 \refstepcounter{vworktheoremcounter}%
146 \textbf{Lemma \nopagebreak[2]\thevworktheoremcounter{}: }}{\par}
147
148 %Environment to begin a lemma that also has descriptive text.
149 \newenvironment{vworklemmastatementpar}[1]%
150 {\vworklemmaheader\noindent%
151 \setlength{\parindent}{0em}%
152 \setlength{\parskip}{1ex}%
153 \refstepcounter{vworktheoremcounter}%
154 \textbf{Lemma \nopagebreak[2]\thevworktheoremcounter{} (#1): }}{\par}
155
156 %Define a new environment to hold the proof of a lemma.
157 \newenvironment{vworklemmaproof}%
158 {\par\noindent%
159 \setlength{\parindent}{0em}%
160 \setlength{\parskip}{1ex}%
161 \textbf{Proof:\nopagebreak[2] }}{\hfill\rule{1.5ex}{1.5ex}\par}
162
163 %Define a new environment to hold a "solution" or "remarks" block within a lemma.
164 %The presence or absence of a colon is something that may change, so better to code
165 %that in here.
166 \newenvironment{vworklemmaparsection}[1]{\par\noindent%
167 \setlength{\parindent}{0em}%
168 \setlength{\parskip}{1ex}%
169 \textbf{#1:\nopagebreak[2] }}{\par}
170 %%
171 %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
172 %% THEOREMS
173 %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
174 %%
175 %Counter for "artifical" theorems. In this context, "artificial" means that the
176 %built-in theorem environment is not used.
177 \newcounter{vworktheoremcounter}[chapter]
178
179 %Alternate numbering for theorems.
180 \renewcommand{\thevworktheoremcounter}{\thechapter.\arabic{vworktheoremcounter}}
181
182 %Define the markings which delimit the start and ends of a theorem. For now, these
183 %are NULL. Later, I may define something else--a little extra space or a line.
184 \newcommand{\vworktheoremheader}{\par\nopagebreak%
185 \vspace{0.01in}\noindent\rule{\textwidth}{1pt}%
186 \par\nopagebreak}
187 \newcommand{\vworktheoremfooter}{\par\nopagebreak%
188 \vspace{0.01in}\noindent\rule{\textwidth}{1pt}%
189 \par\nopagebreak}
190
191 %Environment to hold theorems. This was defined (rather than using the built-in
192 %environment) because I cannot stand having a number without a colon.
193 \newenvironment{vworktheoremstatement}%
194 {\vworktheoremheader\noindent%
195 \setlength{\parindent}{0em}%
196 \setlength{\parskip}{1ex}%
197 \refstepcounter{vworktheoremcounter}%
198 \textbf{Theorem \nopagebreak[2]\thevworktheoremcounter{}: }}{\par}
199
200 %Environment to begin a theorem that also has descriptive text.
201 \newenvironment{vworktheoremstatementpar}[1]%
202 {\vworktheoremheader\noindent%
203 \setlength{\parindent}{0em}%
204 \setlength{\parskip}{1ex}%
205 \refstepcounter{vworktheoremcounter}%
206 \textbf{Theorem \nopagebreak[2]\thevworktheoremcounter{} (#1): }}{\par}
207
208 %Define a new environment to hold the proof of a theorem.
209 \newenvironment{vworktheoremproof}%
210 {\par\noindent%
211 \setlength{\parindent}{0em}%
212 \setlength{\parskip}{1ex}%
213 \textbf{Proof:\nopagebreak[2] }}{\hfill\rule{1.5ex}{1.5ex}\par}
214
215 %Define a new environment to hold a "solution" or "remarks" block within a theorem.
216 %The presence or absence of a colon is something that may change, so better to code
217 %that in here.
218 \newenvironment{vworktheoremparsection}[1]{\par\noindent%
219 \setlength{\parindent}{0em}%
220 \setlength{\parskip}{1ex}%
221 \textbf{#1:\nopagebreak[2] }}{\par}
222 %%
223 %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
224 %% ALGORITHMS
225 %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
226 %%
227 %Counter for "artifical" theorems. In this context, "artificial" means that the
228 %built-in theorem environment is not used.
229 %\newcounter{vworktheoremcounter}[chapter]
230
231 %Alternate numbering for theorems.
232 %\renewcommand{\thevworktheoremcounter}{\thechapter.\arabic{vworktheoremcounter}}
233
234 %Define the markings which delimit the start and ends of an algorithm. For now, these
235 %are NULL. Later, I may define something else--a little extra space or a line.
236 \newcommand{\vworkalgorithmheader}{\par\nopagebreak%
237 \vspace{0.01in}\noindent\rule{\textwidth}{1pt}%
238 \par\nopagebreak}
239 \newcommand{\vworkalgorithmfooter}{\par\nopagebreak%
240 \vspace{0.01in}\noindent\rule{\textwidth}{1pt}%
241 \par\nopagebreak}
242
243 %Environment to hold algorithms. This was defined (rather than using the built-in
244 %environment) because I cannot stand having a number without a colon.
245 \newenvironment{vworkalgorithmstatement}%
246 {\vworkalgorithmheader\noindent%
247 \setlength{\parindent}{0em}%
248 \setlength{\parskip}{1ex}%
249 \refstepcounter{vworktheoremcounter}%
250 \textbf{Algorithm \nopagebreak[2]\thevworktheoremcounter{}: }}{\par}
251
252 %Environment to begin an algorithm that also has descriptive text.
253 \newenvironment{vworkalgorithmstatementpar}[1]%
254 {\vworkalgorithmheader\noindent%
255 \setlength{\parindent}{0em}%
256 \setlength{\parskip}{1ex}%
257 \refstepcounter{vworktheoremcounter}%
258 \textbf{Algorithm \nopagebreak[2]\thevworktheoremcounter{} (#1): }}{\par}
259
260 %Define a new environment to hold the proof of an algorithm.
261 \newenvironment{vworkalgorithmproof}%
262 {\par\noindent%
263 \setlength{\parindent}{0em}%
264 \setlength{\parskip}{1ex}%
265 \textbf{Proof:\nopagebreak[2] }}{\hfill\rule{1.5ex}{1.5ex}\par}
266
267 %Define a new environment to hold a "solution" or "remarks" block within an algorithm.
268 %The presence or absence of a colon is something that may change, so better to code
269 %that in here.
270 \newenvironment{vworkalgorithmparsection}[1]{\par\noindent%
271 \setlength{\parindent}{0em}%
272 \setlength{\parskip}{1ex}%
273 \textbf{#1:\nopagebreak[2] }}{\par}
274 %The "itemize" environment defined by the book style files didn't seem to have
275 %quite the right appearance for presenting our algorithms. For this reason, the
276 %following environments were defined. Level 0 is flush left with bullets, Level 1
277 %is slightly more indented, etc.
278 \newenvironment{alglvl0}{\begin{list}
279 {$\bullet$}{\setlength{\labelwidth}{3mm}\setlength{\leftmargin}{6mm}}}
280 {\end{list}}
281 \newenvironment{alglvl1}{\begin{list}
282 {$\bullet$}{\setlength{\labelwidth}{3mm}\setlength{\leftmargin}{6mm}}}
283 {\end{list}}
284 \newenvironment{alglvl2}{\begin{list}
285 {$\bullet$}{\setlength{\labelwidth}{3mm}\setlength{\leftmargin}{6mm}}}
286 {\end{list}}
287 %The environments above have been obsoleted.
288 \newcounter{alglvl0ctr}
289 \newenvironment{algblvl0}{\begin{list}
290 {\textbf{[\arabic{alglvl0ctr}]}}{\usecounter{alglvl0ctr}%
291 \setlength{\labelwidth}{6mm}\setlength{\leftmargin}{9mm}}}
292 {\end{list}}
293 %%
294 %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
295 %% EXERCISES
296 %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
297 %%
298 %Counter for exercises at the end of each chapter.
299 \newcounter{vworkexercisecounter}[chapter]
300
301 %We'd like to number an exercise slightly differently, using the chapter number
302 %followed by "." followed by the equation number.
303 \renewcommand{\thevworkexercisecounter}{\thechapter.\arabic{vworkexercisecounter}}
304
305 %Define the markings which delimit the start and ends of an exercise. For now, these
306 %are NULL. Later, I may define something else--a little extra space or a line.
307 \newcommand{\vworkexerciseheader}{\par\vspace{0.01in}\par}
308 \newcommand{\vworkexercisefooter}{\par\vspace{0.01in}\par}
309
310 %Environment to hold exercises.
311 \newenvironment{vworkexercisestatement}%
312 {\vworkexerciseheader\noindent%
313 \setlength{\parindent}{0em}%
314 \setlength{\parskip}{1ex}%
315 \refstepcounter{vworkexercisecounter}%
316 \textbf{[\thevworkexercisecounter{}]}\nopagebreak[2] }{\par}
317
318 %Define a new environment to hold a "remarks" block within an exercise.
319 %The presence or absence of a colon is something that may change, so better to code
320 %that in here.
321 \newenvironment{vworkexerciseparsection}[1]{\par\noindent%
322 \setlength{\parindent}{0em}%
323 \setlength{\parskip}{1ex}%
324 \textbf{#1: }}{\par}
325 %%
326 %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
327 %% LESSONS LEARNED
328 %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
329 %%
330 %Counter for lessons learned.
331 \newcounter{vworklessonslearnedcounter}[chapter]
332
333 %Alternate numbering for lessons learned.
334 \renewcommand{\thevworklessonslearnedcounter}{\thechapter.\arabic{vworklessonslearnedcounter}}
335
336 %Define the markings which delimit the start and ends of a lesson learned.
337 \newcommand{\vworklessonslearnedheader}{\par\nopagebreak%
338 \vspace{0.01in}\noindent\rule{\textwidth}{1pt}%
339 \par\nopagebreak}
340 \newcommand{\vworklessonslearnedfooter}{\par\nopagebreak%
341 \vspace{0.01in}\noindent\rule{\textwidth}{1pt}%
342 \par\nopagebreak}
343
344 %Environment to hold lessons learned.
345 \newenvironment{vworklessonslearnedstatement}%
346 {\vworklessonslearnedheader\noindent%
347 \setlength{\parindent}{0em}%
348 \setlength{\parskip}{1ex}%
349 \refstepcounter{vworklessonslearnedcounter}%
350 \textbf{Lesson Learned \nopagebreak[2]\thevworklessonslearnedcounter{}: }}{\par}
351 %%
352 %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
353 %% QUOTES
354 %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
355 %%
356 %Environment to hold quotes.
357 \newenvironment{indentedquote}{\begin{quote}}{\end{quote}}
358 %%
359 %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
360 %% EXERCISE SOLUTIONS
361 %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
362 %%
363 %Environment To Hold A Solution To An Exercise
364 \newenvironment{vworkexercisesolution}[1]{\par\noindent%
365 \setlength{\parindent}{0em}%
366 \setlength{\parskip}{1ex}%
367 \textbf{Solution To Exercise #1}\par}{\par}
368
369 %Command which begins section of solutions for each chapter, command which
370 %separates solutions, and command which ends solutions in each chapter.
371 \newcommand{\vworkexercisechapterheader}{\par\nopagebreak\vspace{0.01in}%
372 \noindent\rule{\textwidth}{1pt}%
373 \par\nopagebreak}
374 \newcommand{\vworkexerciseseparator}{\par\nopagebreak\vspace{0.01in}%
375 \noindent\rule{\textwidth}{1pt}%
376 \par\nopagebreak}
377 \newcommand{\vworkexercisechapterfooter}{\par\nopagebreak%
378 \vspace{0.01in}\noindent\rule{\textwidth}{1pt}%
379 \par\nopagebreak}
380 %%
381 %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
382 %% GLOSSARY OF TERMS
383 %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
384 %5
385 %The following environment is for the glossary of terms at the end.
386 \newenvironment{vworktermglossaryenum}{\begin{list}
387 {}{\setlength{\labelwidth}{0mm}
388 \setlength{\leftmargin}{4mm}
389 \setlength{\itemindent}{-4mm}
390 \setlength{\parsep}{0.85mm}}}
391 {\end{list}}
392 %%
393 %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
394 %% GLOSSARY OF MATHEMATICAL TERMS
395 %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
396 %%
397 %The following environment is for the glossary of mathematical terms at the end.
398 \newenvironment{vworkmathtermglossaryenum}{\begin{list}
399 {}{\setlength{\labelwidth}{0mm}
400 \setlength{\leftmargin}{4mm}
401 \setlength{\itemindent}{-4mm}
402 \setlength{\parsep}{0.85mm}}}
403 {\end{list}}
404
405 %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
406 %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
407 % TCL COMMAND DOCUMENTATION
408 %
409 %Environment to hold the "NAME" portion of a Tcl command description.
410 \newenvironment{tclcommandname}[1]{\noindent\textbf{NAME}\vspace{-1.0ex}\begin{list}%
411 {}{\setlength{\leftmargin}{0.25in}}\item\textbf{#1}---}{\end{list}}
412
413 %Command to display a synopsis line inside the synopsis environment.
414 \newcommand{\tclcommandsynopsisline}[2]{\par\textbf{#1} \textit{#2}\par}
415
416 %Environment to hold the "SYNOPSIS" portion of a Tcl command description.
417 \newenvironment{tclcommandsynopsis}{\noindent\textbf{SYNOPSIS}\vspace{-1.0ex}\begin{list}%
418 {}{\setlength{\leftmargin}{0.25in}}\item{}}{\end{list}}
419
420 %Environment to hold the "DESCRIPTION" portion of a Tcl command description.
421 \newenvironment{tclcommanddescription}{\noindent\textbf{DESCRIPTION}\vspace{-1.0ex}\begin{list}%
422 {}{\setlength{\leftmargin}{0.25in}}\item{}}{\end{list}}
423
424 %Environment to hold the "ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS" portion of a Tcl command description.
425 \newenvironment{tclcommandacknowledgements}{\noindent\textbf{ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS}\vspace{-1.0ex}\begin{list}%
426 {}{\setlength{\leftmargin}{0.25in}}\item{}}{\end{list}}
427
428 %Environment to hold a specific subdescription within the DESCRIPTION--useful for enumerating
429 %possible legal commands and command forms.
430 \newenvironment{tclcommandinternaldescription}{\noindent{}\vspace{-5.0ex}\begin{list}%
431 {}{\setlength{\leftmargin}{0.25in}}\item{}}{\end{list}}
432
433 %Command to use to format a command prototype preceding the environment above (i.e. a synopsis).
434 \newcommand{\tclcommanddescsynopsisline}[2]{\par\textbf{#1} \textit{#2}\par}
435
436 %Environment to hold the "USAGE NOTES" portion of a Tcl command description.
437 \newenvironment{tclcommandusagenotes}{\noindent\textbf{USAGE NOTES}\vspace{-1.0ex}\begin{list}%
438 {}{\setlength{\leftmargin}{0.25in}}\item{}}{\end{list}}
439
440 %Environment to hold the "SAMPLE INVOCATIONS" portion of a TCL command or extension description.
441 \newenvironment{tclcommandsampleinvocations}{\noindent\textbf{SAMPLE INVOCATIONS}\vspace{-1.0ex}\begin{list}%
442 {}{\setlength{\leftmargin}{0.25in}}\item{}}{\end{list}}
443
444 %Environment to hold the "SEE ALSO" portion of a TCL command or extension utility description.
445 \newenvironment{tclcommandseealso}{\noindent\textbf{SEE ALSO}\vspace{-1.0ex}\begin{list}%
446 {}{\setlength{\leftmargin}{0.25in}}\item{}}{\end{list}}
447
448 %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
449 %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
450 % DOS COMMAND-LINE UTILITY DOCUMENTATION
451 %
452 %Environment to hold the "NAME" portion of a DOS command-line utility.
453 \newenvironment{dosutilcommandname}[1]{\noindent\textbf{NAME}\vspace{-1.0ex}\begin{list}%
454 {}{\setlength{\leftmargin}{0.25in}}\item\textbf{#1}---}{\end{list}}
455
456 %Command to display a synopsis line inside the synopsis environment.
457 \newcommand{\dosutilcommandsynopsisline}[2]{\par\textbf{#1} \textit{#2}\par}
458
459 %Environment to hold the "SYNOPSIS" portion of a DOS command-line utility description.
460 \newenvironment{dosutilcommandsynopsis}{\noindent\textbf{SYNOPSIS}\vspace{-1.0ex}\begin{list}%
461 {}{\setlength{\leftmargin}{0.25in}}\item{}}{\end{list}}
462
463 %Environment to hold the "DESCRIPTION" portion of a DOS command-line utility description.
464 \newenvironment{dosutilcommanddescription}{\noindent\textbf{DESCRIPTION}\vspace{-1.0ex}\begin{list}%
465 {}{\setlength{\leftmargin}{0.25in}}\item{}}{\end{list}}
466
467 %Environment to hold the "ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS" portion of a DOS command-line utility description.
468 \newenvironment{dosutilcommandacknowledgements}{\noindent\textbf{ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS}\vspace{-1.0ex}\begin{list}%
469 {}{\setlength{\leftmargin}{0.25in}}\item{}}{\end{list}}
470
471 %Environment to hold a specific subdescription within the DESCRIPTION--useful for enumerating
472 %possible legal commands and command forms.
473 \newenvironment{dosutilcommandinternaldescription}{\noindent{}\vspace{-5.0ex}\begin{list}%
474 {}{\setlength{\leftmargin}{0.25in}}\item{}}{\end{list}}
475
476 %Command to use to format a command prototype preceding the environment above (i.e. a synopsis).
477 \newcommand{\dosutilcommanddescsynopsisline}[2]{\par\textbf{#1} \textit{#2}\par}
478
479 %Environment to hold the "USAGE NOTES" portion of a DOS command-line utility description.
480 \newenvironment{dosutilcommandusagenotes}{\noindent\textbf{USAGE NOTES}\vspace{-1.0ex}\begin{list}%
481 {}{\setlength{\leftmargin}{0.25in}}\item{}}{\end{list}}
482
483 %Environment to hold the "REMARKS" portion of a DOS command-line utility description.
484 \newenvironment{dosutilcommandremarks}{\noindent\textbf{REMARKS}\vspace{-1.0ex}\begin{list}%
485 {}{\setlength{\leftmargin}{0.25in}}\item{}}{\end{list}}
486
487 %Environment to hold the "SAMPLE INVOCATION" portion of a DOS command-line utility description.
488 \newenvironment{dosutilcommandsampleinvocations}{\noindent\textbf{SAMPLE INVOCATIONS}\vspace{-1.0ex}\begin{list}%
489 {}{\setlength{\leftmargin}{0.25in}}\item{}}{\end{list}}
490
491 %Environment to hold the "SEE ALSO" portion of a DOS command-line utility description.
492 \newenvironment{dosutilcommandseealso}{\noindent\textbf{SEE ALSO}\vspace{-1.0ex}\begin{list}%
493 {}{\setlength{\leftmargin}{0.25in}}\item{}}{\end{list}}
494 %%
495 %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
496 %% DESIRABLE PROPERTIES
497 %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
498 %Command to identify the prefix used for desirable properties.
499 %"DP" seems as good as anything.
500 \newcommand{\desirablepropertyprefix}{DP}
501 %
502 %% This counter is used only to number the desirable properties of
503 %% embedded software used in the "Holy Grail" chapter.
504 \newcounter{vworkdesirablepropertiescounter}
505
506 %Command to increment the desirable properties counter, emit the tag,
507 %and set the \ref value.
508 \newcommand{\desirablepropertyemit}{\refstepcounter{vworkdesirablepropertiescounter}%
509 [\desirablepropertyprefix-\thevworkdesirablepropertiescounter]}
510
511 %Command to cite a desirable property.
512 \newcommand{\desirablepropertycite}[1]{[\desirablepropertyprefix-\ref{#1}]}
513
514 %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
515 %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
516 %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
517 %
518 %End of file WORKNENV.TEX

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