**TeX by Topic**

by Victor Eijkhout

**Publisher**: Lulu.com 2011**ISBN/ASIN**: B002ACZQA0**Number of pages**: 317

**Description**:

This is a reference work for the TeX typesetting language. It is valuable for people who want to write LaTeX macros and other customizations of TeX. The book is packed with highly original, practical, and useful ideas along with detailed explanations of the mechanisms underlying each TeX macro.

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