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HostMath - Online LaTeX formula editor and browser-based math equation editor

HostMath - Online LaTeX formula editor and browser-based math equation editor

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pstricks Often scientists need to convey information in a non-textual way to express certain ideas that otherwise would be difficult to communicate. Using TEX alone would be difficult, and out of that need packages like TikZ and PSTricks. For the Web, there are many solutions, but none that provide client-side rendering of diagrams for packages like PSTricks in an analogy to how MathJAX has done for LATEX. Because LATEX is so popular, PStricks became wide-spread and many academics use it to produce diagrams in academic text. Also, many programs generate PSTricks as well. Note that this platform could have supported TiKZ, but I chose PSTricks because of the difference in verbosity, and wanted to use a higher-level of abstraction.

FOR3_1.html 3.3 Pseudocode and Flowcharts Good, logical programming is developed through good pre-code planning and organization. This is assisted by the use of pseudocode and program flowcharts. Flowcharts are written with program flow from the top of a page to the bottom. Each command is placed in a box of the appropriate shape, and arrows are used to direct program flow. KSEG Update: May 1, 2007 -- Mongolian Batnasan sent me a translation into Mongolian. Update: Februrary 3, 2006 -- KSEG 0.403 and Traditional Chinese I finally got around to a bit of maintenance on KSEG: it now uses qmake for building and should build on Qt 3.x without the compatibility headers. Yao Chang-Li sent me a Traditional Chinese translation and help file.

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