perl-LaTeX-Encode

Encode characters for LaTeX formatting

This module provides a function to encode text that is to be formatted with LaTeX. It encodes characters that are special to LaTeX or that are represented in LaTeX by LaTeX text-mode commands. The special characters are: '\' (command character), '{' (open group), '}' (end group), '&' (table column separator), '#' (parameter specifier), '%' (comment character), '_' (subscript), '^' (superscript), '~' (non-breakable space), '$' (mathematics mode). Note that some of the LaTeX commands for characters are defined in the LaTeX 'textcomp' package. If your text includes such characters, you will need to include the following lines in the preamble to your LaTeX document. \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage{textcomp} The function is useful for encoding data that is interpolated into LaTeX document templates, say with 'Template::Plugin::Latex' (shameless plug!).

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