http://hackage.haskell.org/package/HaTeX-3.0.0

You can try it with the next example!

{-# LANGUAGE OverloadedStrings #-}import Text.LaTeX.Base.Monad main :: IO () main = do l <- execLaTeXT example renderFile "Example.tex" l example :: Monad m => LaTeXT_ m example = do documentclass [] article document exampleBody exampleBody :: Monad m => LaTeXT_ m exampleBody = do "This is an example of how " hatex3 " works, printing a table of " "the thirteen first elements of the " "Fibonacci sequence." bigskip center $ underline $ textbf "Fibonacci table" center $ tabular Nothing [RightColumn,VerticalLine,LeftColumn] $ do textbf "Fibonacci number" & textbf "Value" lnbk hline foldr (\n l -> do fromString (show n) & fromString (show $ fib n) lnbk l ) (return ()) [0..12] fibs :: [Int] fibs = 1 : 1 : zipWith (+) fibs (tail fibs) fib :: Int -> Int fib = (fibs!!) |

This example builds a table with the thirteen first elements of the Fibonacci sequence.

I'm writing a manual for the library, but it will take me some time (and time is sometimes hard to find).

Until the next time!

Daniel Díaz.

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