[texhax] where are latex functions defined?

Herbert Gintis hgintis at comcast.net
Tue Dec 23 15:06:04 CET 2003

Look for latex.ltx on you computer.


At 04:10 PM 12/22/2003 -0600, Joe Corneli wrote:
>For example, I'd like to look at the definition of
>`\alph'. But would also like to look at the definition
>of pretty much everything. Can you tell me what files to
>look in?
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