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I have re-posted this to test my changes to the latex2wp.py and terrystyle.py programs, compiled with Python Software Foundation’s Python 2.7.2 64 bit version, to add support for LyX 1.6.9. The code change incorporates some additional theorem-like environments, macros, font styles, and the numbering has been change so that the different theorem-like types each have a separate counter (e.g., theorem 1, theorem 2, lemma 1, proposition 1, theorem 3, lemma 2, …, as opposed to theorem 1, theorem 2, lemma 3, proposition 4, …). Furthermore, I have provided more background information which will benefit those without a background in abstract algebra.

*Proofs from THE BOOK* by Martin Aigner and Günter Ziegler begins by giving six proofs of the infinity of primes. The first proof is what they call "the oldest Book Proof" attributed to Euclid. Before we go over this proof, lets cover some background. Read the rest of this entry »

This post was created using LaTeX to WordPress with the Terry Tao style. LaTeX2WP is a program that converts a LaTeX file into something that is ready to be cut and pasted into WordPress. It was compiled with Python Software Foundation’s Python 2.7.2 64 bit version.

This way, you can write, and preview, your post in LaTeX, then run LaTeX2WP, and post into WordPress whatever comes out.

Here is the post that was copied and pasted using the example.tex supplied by downloading the program:

Look at the document source to see how to ~~strike out~~ text, how to use different colors, and how to link to URLs with snapshot preview and how to link to URLs without snapshot preview.

There is a command which is ignored by pdflatex and which defines where to cut the post in the version displayed on the main page Read the rest of this entry »

This post was created using LaTeX to WordPress with the default style. LaTeX2WP is a program that converts a LaTeX file into something that is ready to be cut and pasted into WordPress. It was compiled with Python Software Foundation’s Python 2.7.2 64 bit version.

This way, you can write, and preview, your post in LaTeX, then run LaTeX2WP, and post into WordPress whatever comes out.

Here is the post that was copied and pasted using the example.tex supplied by downloading the program:

Look at the document source to see how to ~~strike out~~ text, how to use different colors, and how to link to URLs with snapshot preview and how to link to URLs without snapshot preview.

There is a command which is ignored by pdflatex and which defines where to cut the post in the version displayed on the main page Read the rest of this entry »