[Haskell-cafe] LaTeX question: interpreter examples

Richard A. O'Keefe ok at cs.otago.ac.nz
Fri Aug 28 08:38:33 UTC 2015

On 28/08/2015, at 8:19 pm, Christopher Howard <ch.howard at zoho.com> wrote:
> 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
> (6,100,-27)
> *GCD> 546 * 100 + 2022 * (-27) == 6
> True
> But this does not come out looking similar in the final output.

The absolute minimum here is
but do be careful that there are no TAB characters there.

The next step up would be to use something like the `listings'
package; see

verbatim will make the output look exactly like the input;
listings can make the output look like Haskell, if that's
what you want.

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