It counts the number of subparts in each section and outputs the result as a table. It doesn't act recursively, it only does the outermost layer.
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The regular expression that defines this methods behaviour is the following
The replacement is simply
It tries to first find whether there exist attributes command and section that explain the command and section, before starting to use regexs on the names.
A table, counting the number of "
\cmdName" items in which the document was divided when parsed for every begin-end section. It doesn't act resursively.
It will return a table with an integer that identifies the section, and a count, with how many items it found on that section. If it doesn't find any items or sections, it will return an empty table.
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