# [LON-CAPA-cvs] cvs: loncom /html/adm/help/tex CAPA_LON-CAPA_function_diffs.tex Problem_LON-CAPA_Functions.tex Script_Functions.tex all_functions_table.tex

albertel lon-capa-cvs-allow@mail.lon-capa.org
Tue, 11 Sep 2007 21:53:42 -0000

albertel		Tue Sep 11 17:53:42 2007 EDT

Modified files:
Problem_LON-CAPA_Functions.tex
Script_Functions.tex
all_functions_table.tex
Log:
- documenting &languages()

--- loncom/html/adm/help/tex/CAPA_LON-CAPA_function_diffs.tex:1.4	Wed Feb 18 18:00:20 2004
+++ loncom/html/adm/help/tex/CAPA_LON-CAPA_function_diffs.tex	Tue Sep 11 17:53:41 2007
@@ -52,6 +52,9 @@
Not in CAPA  & \&dollarformat(\$x,'optional target') & \\ \hline +Not in CAPA & \&languages(@desired\_languages) & \\ + + \hline roundto(x,n) & \&roundto(\$x,\$n) & \\ \hline Index: loncom/html/adm/help/tex/Problem_LON-CAPA_Functions.tex diff -u loncom/html/adm/help/tex/Problem_LON-CAPA_Functions.tex:1.10 loncom/html/adm/help/tex/Problem_LON-CAPA_Functions.tex:1.11 --- loncom/html/adm/help/tex/Problem_LON-CAPA_Functions.tex:1.10 Thu May 24 07:29:16 2007 +++ loncom/html/adm/help/tex/Problem_LON-CAPA_Functions.tex Tue Sep 11 17:53:41 2007 @@ -53,7 +53,15 @@ \&dollarformat(\$x,'optional target')  & Reformats \$x to have a \$ (or $\backslash$\$if in tex mode) and to have , grouping thousands. The 'optional target' argument is optional but can be used to force \&prettyprint to generate either 'tex' output, or 'web' output, most people do not need to specify this argument and can leave it blank.\\ \hline - + +\parbox{6.49cm}{ +Option 1 - \$best = \&languages() \\
+Option 2 - @all = \&languages() \\
+Option 3 - \$best = \&languages($\backslash$@desired\_languages) \\ +Option 4 - @all = \&languages($\backslash$@desired\_languages) \\ +}& Returns the best language to use, in the first two options returns the languages codes in the preference order of the user. In the second two examples returns the best matches from a list of desired language possibilities. & \\ +\hline + \&roundto(\$x,\$n) & Rounds a real number to n decimal points. \$x and \$n can be pure numbers \\ \hline Index: loncom/html/adm/help/tex/Script_Functions.tex diff -u loncom/html/adm/help/tex/Script_Functions.tex:1.6 loncom/html/adm/help/tex/Script_Functions.tex:1.7 --- loncom/html/adm/help/tex/Script_Functions.tex:1.6 Sun May 20 17:07:02 2007 +++ loncom/html/adm/help/tex/Script_Functions.tex Tue Sep 11 17:53:41 2007 @@ -35,6 +35,7 @@ \item sub\_string() \item array\_moments(array) \item format(x,y),prettyprint(x,y,target),dollarformat(x,target) +\item languages \item map(...) \item caparesponse\_check \item caparesponse\_check\_list Index: loncom/html/adm/help/tex/all_functions_table.tex diff -u loncom/html/adm/help/tex/all_functions_table.tex:1.7 loncom/html/adm/help/tex/all_functions_table.tex:1.8 --- loncom/html/adm/help/tex/all_functions_table.tex:1.7 Sun May 20 17:07:02 2007 +++ loncom/html/adm/help/tex/all_functions_table.tex Tue Sep 11 17:53:41 2007 @@ -39,6 +39,13 @@ Not in CAPA &\&prettyprint(\$x,'nn','optional target') &Display or format \$x as nn where nn is nF or nE or nS and n is an integer. Also supports the first character being a \$, it then will format the result with a a call to \&dollarformat() described below. If the first character is a , it will format it with commas grouping the thousands. In S mode it will fromat the number to the specified number of significant figures and display it in F mode. In E mode it will attempt to generate a pretty x10\^{}3 rather than a E3 following the number, the 'optional target' argument is optional but can be used to force \&prettyprint to generate either 'tex' output, or 'web' output, most people do not need to specify this argument and can leave it blank. &  \\
\hline
Not in CAPA &\&dollarformat(\$x,'optional target') &Reformats \$x to have a \$(or$\backslash$\$ if in tex mode) and to have , grouping thousands. The 'optional target' argument is optional but can be used to force \&prettyprint to generate either 'tex' output, or 'web' output, most people do not need to specify this argument and can leave it blank. &  \\
+ \hline
+Not in CAPA &\parbox{6.49cm}{
+Option 1 - \$best = \&languages() \\ +Option 2 - @all = \&languages() \\ +Option 3 - \$best = \&languages($\backslash$@desired\_languages) \\
+Option 4 - @all = \&languages($\backslash$@desired\_languages) \\
+}& Returns the best language to use, in the first two options returns the languages codes in the preference order of the user. In the second two examples returns the best matches from a list of desired language possibilities. & \\
\hline
roundto(x,n) &\&roundto(\$x,\$n) &Rounds a real number to n decimal points. \$x and \$n can be pure numbers &  \\
\hline