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Date:         Thu, 22 May 2003 10:35:22 +0300
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From:         Tzafrir Cohen <[log in to unmask]>
Subject:      Re: Hebrew numbers in TeX
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On Thu, May 22, 2003 at 08:49:33AM +0300, Ron Artstein wrote: > Tzafrir, > > Thanks for putting the style file as an attachment. I don't know > why this didn't occur to me :) > > > Side note: > > > > \Alphfinal and \Hebrewnumeralfinal don't seem to produce > > different results than \Alph and \Hebrewnumeral, accordingly. > > I'll try to look into this later. > > Have you tried numbers above 100? In the current implementation, > \Alphfinal and \Hebrewnumeralfinal produce an initial letter > if no hundreds digit is present, so you only see their effect > starting with 120 (qof-"-finalkaf). It works for me, even with > \pagenumbering{\Alphfinal} (lots of \newpage commands...). Something simpler, that will keep you from flipping pages: \documentclass[twocolumns]{article} \usepackage[english,hebrew]{babel} \usepackage{hebnum} \begin{document} \renewcommand{\theenumi}{\Alphfinal{enumi}} \begin{enumerate} \setcounter{enumi}{20} \whiledo{\value{enumi}< 65}{\item \arabic{enumi}} \end{enumerate} \end{document} > What the desired behavior should be depends on how years without > hundreds are traditionally written. Since A.D. 1290 (he' nun') was > the year when the expulsion of Jews from England took place, there > must be plenty of references to it in Jewish sources. It's just a > matter of tracking them down and finding out if they used initial > or final nun. What's wrong with that form? -- Tzafrir Cohen +---------------------------+ |vim is a mutt's best friend| mailto:[log in to unmask] +---------------------------+

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