Insert Code to a TeX or HTML document

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Description

Places TeX code from a file into a TeX document. Text is placed within a verbatim environment. For HTML documents, a verbatim-like environment is created

Usage

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lazy.insert.code(file, prompt.symbol = options()$prompt, lines)

Arguments

file

Filename containing the code to be inserted

prompt.symbol

Character to be placed at the left most side of the page. Defaults to the system's current prompt symbol

lines

A vector giving the lines in file to be inserted into the document

Details

Text is inserted in a verbatim environment to preserve whitespace. This function is performed better by Sweave and knitr. Those packages will also display any result printed by the code. This function will not display results.

With HTML, the font family is set to monospace, and the font is set to courier. All of the spaces are replaced with a non-breaking space to preserve the white space in the code.

Author(s)

Benjamin Nutter

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