Auto incremented document number
P.Taylor at Hellenic-Institute.Uk
Sat Feb 20 23:44:49 CET 2021
Philip Taylor wrote:
> Addressed in the code below. For a normal run, the user just says
> "TeX <whatever>, and the output will be a non-zero decimal such as
> 2.00001, 2.00002, etc. For the final run, the user says "TeX \count
> 0 = 0 \input <whatever>", the code will then round the counter up to
> the next exact integer, so the output will be (e.g.,) "3.0". The only
> assumption is that not more than 65535 iterations will be required
> before a final run.
There was a spurious " sp" in the code as posted at "\seqno = \seqtmp
sp"; this should, of course, have read simply "\seqno = \seqtmp", as
\seqtmp contains a dimension, not an integer. A better version is
currently under development.
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