[Haskell-cafe] LaTeX question: interpreter examples

Christopher Howard ch.howard at zoho.com
Fri Aug 28 08:19:14 UTC 2015

Hi. I'm doing a lot of Literate Haskell lately, with proofs and
commentary in each module. I'm not very familiar with LaTeX, but I'm
learning. (I'm using lhs2tex and texi2pdf.) However, in my commentary,
I occasionally have blocks of example interpreter interaction, and I'm
not sure what to do with it. Is there a certain command enclosure that
would be appropriate? Ideally, it would treat the text like monospace,
and also preserve line breaks. Example text would be:

*GCD> extEuclidean 546 2022
*GCD> 546 * 100 + 2022 * (-27) == 6

But this does not come out looking similar in the final output.

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