29 November 2003 0 comments Python
This blog post is 19 years old! Most likely, its content is outdated. Especially if it's technical.
This is a module worth remembering. It converts Python code into TeX nicely. Unfortunately not colour coded, but "=" equal signs become "<--" arrows and negations like "!=" become an equal sign with a dash across it. This will be good for formatting little sections of Python code into serious documentation.
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