[texhax] TeXbook p.29
David Carlisle
d.p.carlisle at gmail.com
Mon Jul 2 08:53:50 CEST 2018
On 1 July 2018 at 23:38, Rodolfo Medina <rodolfo.medina at gmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks... What I was looking for, is to get the same result without using
> \hboxes
That wasn't at all clear from your question as you said you wanted to
reproduce the texbook example, which uses
\begindisplay \hbadness10000
\hbox spread-.666667em{The badness of this line is 100.}&
\quad(very tight)\cr
\hbox spread-.333333em{The badness of this line is 12.}&
\quad(somewhat tight)\cr
\hbox{The badness of this line is 0.}&
\quad(perfect)\cr
\hbox spread.5em{The badness of this line is 12.}&
\quad(somewhat loose)\cr
%\hbox spread 1em{The badness of this line is 100.}&
% \quad(loose)\cr % then "looser"
\hbox spread 1.259921em{The badness of this line is 200.}&
\quad(loose)\cr
%\hbox spread 1.713em{The badness of this line is 500.}&
% \quad(bad)\cr % then "worse"
\hbox spread 2.155em{The badness of this line is 1000.}&
\quad(bad)\cr
\hbox spread 3.684em{The badness of this line is 5000.}& % actually 4995!
\quad(awful)\cr
\enddisplay
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