4 Apr 14:04 2005

### RE: Maintain Ligature

Dear All,

Please suggests me, how to maintain ligatures in a new downloaded postscript font (type1).

VP

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11 Apr 08:42 2005

### Need Some Help


Hello all,

I need to do the following using PSTricks :

Partition a big area which is either a rectangle or a triangle
into smaller areas of same shape.

Place a dot in center of each of the smaller areas.

Partition can be done easily. What is not clear to me is how to
do the second part easily.  The only way I know is to locate center
of each of smaller area and then use \put commnd.

Thank you in advance.
-Habeeb Basha.
Department of Mathematics
I I T  Bombay

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11 Apr 12:14 2005

### Re: Need Some Help


Hi,

On Mon, 11 Apr 2005, Habeeb Basha Syed wrote:

>
>
>    Partition a big area which is either a rectangle or a triangle
>     into smaller areas of same shape.
Are you partitioning by means of a formula or giving the coordinates of
the smaller shape?

>
>    Partition can be done easily. What is not clear to me is how to
>    do the second part easily.  The only way I know is to locate center
>     of each of smaller area and then use \put commnd.

This is a problem of combining some arithmetic with latex. The coordinate
of the center is defined in terms of one of the corners and one of the
length. For partitioning you ned the corner coordinates and length. I
guess it would be possible to write a formula for the center. You need to
know how to combine this formula with latex. Unfortunately I don't know. I
don't even know if it can be done.

Phatak

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12 Apr 13:39 2005

### RE: LaTeX Error

Dear All,

In a para., I have maintained too many math eqns.
within the command " \p{xxx $\gamma$..........$\....$ } " - \p for tex to xml conversion.

Here there is an LaTeX error,

Huge page cannot be shipped out.

Thanking you,
VP

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12 Apr 17:18 2005

### Re: RE: LaTeX Error

have you checked out a ebook on latex and xml conversion. there is a
free pdf book on internet whcih will solve your problem

On Apr 12, 2005 5:09 PM, Vinoth Kumar S. <vinoth@...> wrote:
> Dear All,
>
> In a para., I have maintained too many math eqns.
> within the command " \p{xxx $\gamma$..........$\....$ } " - \p for tex to xml conversion.
>
> Here there is an LaTeX error,
>
> Huge page cannot be shipped out.
>
>
> Thanking you,
> VP
>
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12 Apr 20:16 2005

### Re: Need Some Help

On Mon, 11 Apr 2005, Habeeb Basha Syed wrote:

>
>
>   Hello all,
>
>    I need to do the following using PSTricks :
>
>    Partition a big area which is either a rectangle or a triangle
>     into smaller areas of same shape.
>
>    Place a dot in center of each of the smaller areas.

Can you give some more details? Like your scheme of partitioning?

--

--
Krishnan

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13 Apr 07:33 2005

### Re: Need Some Help


> On Mon, 11 Apr 2005, Habeeb Basha Syed wrote:
>
>>
>>
>>   Hello all,
>>
>>    I need to do the following using PSTricks :
>>
>>    Partition a big area which is either a rectangle or a triangle
>>     into smaller areas of same shape.
>>
>>    Place a dot in center of each of the smaller areas.
>
> Can you give some more details? Like your scheme of partitioning?

Scheme of partitioning (As I plan to do) :

use \pspolygon to draw triangle/rectangle

use \psline(a,b)(c,d) [where (a,b) lies on one side and (c,d) on
other side]
command to draw partition-lines .

I need to draw only five or six partition-lines
in a given figure.
>
--Habeeb
> --
> Krishnan


13 Apr 08:07 2005

### Obtaining sound o/p from pdf file

Hi,

I want to know how to embed a sound file (.wav, .snd, .mp3)  in  a pdf document.
I am using pdflatex to create the pdf document.

Regards
Raghavendra Varma

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13 Apr 09:48 2005

### Re: Re: Need Some Help



> >>
> >>    Partition a big area which is either a rectangle or a triangle
> >>     into smaller areas of same shape.
> >>
> >>    Place a dot in center of each of the smaller areas.
> >

I think MetaPost is a better option to draw such things. It is now easy to draw MetaPost figures with the help
of MPEdit which can be downloaded from tug site.

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14 Apr 09:11 2005

### Re: Need Some Help

On Wed, 13 Apr 2005, Habeeb Basha Syed wrote:

> > On Mon, 11 Apr 2005, Habeeb Basha Syed wrote:

> >>    I need to do the following using PSTricks :
> >>    Partition a big area which is either a rectangle or a triangle
> >>     into smaller areas of same shape.
> >>    Place a dot in center of each of the smaller areas.

\documentclass{article}
\usepackage{pstricks}
\usepackage{multido}
\usepackage{calc}

\begin{document}

\newlength{\RectHbeg}
\newlength{\RectHend}
\newlength{\RectWid}
\newlength{\RectVbeg}
\newlength{\RectVend}
\newlength{\RectHt}
\newlength{\PartRectWd}
\newlength{\PartRectHt}
\newlength{\HcentPartBeg}
\newlength{\VcentPartBeg}

\def\RectPartCent(#1,#2)(#3,#4)#5#6{%