TUGboat 41:3 (2020)
The Communications of the TeX Users Group

Title: Using DocStrip for multiple document variants

Summary: step-by-step example of homework assignments with questions, solutions, and more.

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Author: Matthew Leingang

Publication: TUGboat volume 41, number 3 (2020), pages 281-285

DOI: 10.47397/tb/41-3/tb129leingang-docstrip
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Category: Tutorials

Difficulty: Intermediate

Abstract: I describe a method of keeping multiple variants of the same document within a single file, using DocStrip.

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