Philip TAYLOR P.Taylor at Rhul.Ac.Uk
Wed Sep 21 16:50:10 CEST 2005

It wasn't nonsensical, William : I have of the
order of 12 such subsections, each introducing
a different fragment of code.  The paper is
already 10pp long, and the editors would like
it shorter rather than longer ...

Philip Taylor
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> On Sep 21, 2005, at 10:12 AM, Philip TAYLOR wrote:
>
>>     \subsection {byz-data.dat}
>>     \begin{verbatim}
>
>
> Isn't the space inserted by the verbatim environment what's causing this?
>
> I'd argue that it's bad presentation / writing to go straight from a
> head to a display element w/o any intervening text (and no, I don't like
> stacked heads either --- they're especially thorny when splitting a text
> based on heads (say for an html product) causing one to wind up w/ a
> page w/ only a lone head on it.
>
> So instead so something like:
>
>     \subsection {byz-data.dat}
>
> The byz-data.dat is acted upon by the code shown below, with results as
> one would expect from an understanding of the requirements as explained
> in the previous subsection.
>
>     \begin{verbatim}
>
> I don't believe that non-sensical stuff should be catered to.
>
> William
>