LaTeX Word Counter

12 April 2004   2 comments   Misc. links

http://privatewww.essex.ac.uk/~mlekeu/wordcount.html

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Here's a nifty little program that counts the number of words in a LaTeX document. This isn't always obvious because a LaTeX document will most likely contain other words that are just LaTeX commands.

Did this on my 25-pages dissertation and the result was: 6710

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Max Lekeux
I'm the author of this program.
I just want to signal the project moved to Sourceforge now.
Go now to http://lwc.sourceforge.net
Anonymous
Word Counts: What Is a Word? by Chuck Rothman
Article by Chuck Rothman on how to obtain a word count for a work of fiction ready
... Press the "Word Count" button on your word processor and there it is. ...
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