[texhax] Numbering/labeling verbatim code segments in a document
gingrich at rmit.edu.au
Sun Feb 15 08:05:27 CET 2009
I'm sorry to bother folks with what I suspect is a simple
I've got a big document with a number of 68K assembler
code segments embedded in the verbatim environment.
Since I am copying these code segments to proper source
files and testing them, I would like to:
1) Have them numbered/identified as <chapter>.<segment>
in the text
2) Have them captioned with a short description of what
they do so that I could have the equivalent of a
table of figures that meaningfully lists the code
snippets, where they are in the text and the description
This also means that, if I pass the original files to the
students, they will be able to easily load and experiment with
the code while reading the text.
Possibilities that I have considered:
some of the code environments - but none seem to do quite the right
looked at the equation stuff too, but that doesn't look right either.
Sorry to impose, but I'm right up against a deadline.
gingrich at rmit.edu.au School of CSIT, RMIT Melbourne, Au
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