ADDENDUM FOR CET 1.9.3b

ADDENDUM FOR CET 1.9.3b
1. ArabTEX
CET is ready for ArabTEX (author: Klaus Lagally, University Stuttgart). You can get
ArabTEX via ftp (Internet) and you must install it manually. After the installation of
ArabTEX and after enabling the Semitic languages with SEMITIC_LANGUAGES *Y
the following languages are available: Hebrew, Arabic, Farsi, Maghribi, Pashto and Urdu
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR ArabTEX
1.
Copy ftp://ftp.uni-stuttgart.de/pub/tex/languages/arabtex/arabtex.zip into an empty directory and unzip arabtex.zip:
\emtex\unzip\unzip arabtex.zip
2.
Read arabtex\arabtex.faq for copyright information.
3.
Copy arabtex\fonts\*.tfm to \emtex\tfm
Copy arabtex\mfinput\*.* to \emtex\mfinput
Copy arabtex\texinput\*.* to \emtex\texinput
4.
Add 32 to each of the numbers 96 … 123 in \emtex\texinput\hewrite.sty:
old:
\chardef \sk@a 96 % aleph
…
\chardef \sk@Pv 123 % vowel ayin
new:
\chardef \sk@a 128 % aleph
…
\chardef \sk@Pv 155 % vowel ayin
5.
Copy \emtex\texinput\uheb˜˜ba.fd to \emtex\texinput\uheb.fd
Copy \emtex\texinput\unash˜aa.fd to \emtex\texinput\unash.fd
Copy http://s.top.ruhr-uni-bochum.de/bernt/arabdoc.dvi to \cet\text
6.
Start CET and Print arabdoc (the generation of the missing fonts will take several
minutes … ).
7.
Read and/or print the files arabtex\arabtex.* and arabtex\readme.*. arabtex\readme.303 contains documentation for using Hebrew.
8.
Remove the directory arabtex.
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9.
Copy http://s.top.ruhr-uni-bochum.de/bernt/vowels.zip into an empty directory and
unzip vowels.zip:
\emtex\unzip\unzip vowels.zip
10. Read vowels\mf\inputs\dclassic.mf for copyright information.
11. Copy vowels\tfm\dclassic.tfm to \emtex\tfm
Copy vowels\mf\inputs\dclassic.mf to \emtex\mfinput
Copy vowels\mf\inputs\hcbase_p.mf to \emtex\mfinput
12. Add
end;
to \emtex\mfinput\dclassic.mf as the last line.
13. Remove the directory vowels.
14. Test the installation (enable Semitic languages with SEMITIC_LANGUAGES *Y),
Typeset and Print:
------------------------------------–
#N+ #L+
<[- - - - 15 pt 15 pt]>
(*<ARB>mana‘a<ARE>*) {Var. 1}
(*<ARB>dAru-h_u<ARE>*) {Var. 2}
(*<ARB>riˆgli-h_i<ARE>*) {Var. 3}
(*<HEB>bb.ir_e’ˆs_iyt<HEE>*) {Var. 4}
#L- #N------------------------------------–
Result:
1 % $ ' $ & ( $ ] Var. 1
#
"!
2 ,* ) -/+ . 0 $ ] Var. 2
3 12 3
- ] Var. 3
$ 465 $
=?>AC
@DB
4 798;:6<
<
] Var. 4
1. ArabTeX
E
F
HG
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
QP
R
S
T
U
V
WG
X
Y
Z
[G
[ G
[
\
E
]
E
`
E
E
b
E
d
c
’
b or v
g
d
.h or h
w
z
_h
.t
y
k
aleph
beth
gimel
daleth
heh
waw
zayin
chet
teth
yod
kaph
l
m
n
s
‘
p or f
.s
q
r
,s
ˆs
S
t
lamed
mem
nun
samekh
ayin
peh
sade
qof
resh
sin
shin
s(h)in
taw
a patach
e segol
i chireq
o qames chatuph
u qibbus
E
^
E
a
E
E
b
EG
d
_a qames
_e sere
_i chireq
_o cholem
_u shureq
E
OE
a
OE
b
KG E
GK E
A qames
E sere yod
I chireq yod
O cholem waw
U shureq waw
E
3
]_P
E
`_P
E
E
P
c_P
.a chateph patach
.e chateph segol
.i shewa
.o chateph qames
"dagesh" is coded by doubling the consonant; thus two equal consonants in sequence
must be separated by some short vowel indicator.
"meteg" is indicated by | after the vowel.
"maqqef" is -- (en-dash)
"raphe" and cantillation marks are not supported.
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2. Empty lines
<EL> (EMPTY_LINE (<EL>, command name)) generates an empty line. <EL> can be
used within a separate paragraph only.
Example:
Line 1
<EL>
Line 2
3. Changing the line number margin
The following commands switch the line number margin from within the text:
LINEATION_LEFT
LINEATION_RIGHT
LINEATION_INNER
LINEATION_OUTER
<LL>
<LR>
<LI>
<LO>
4. Overlaying of pages
OVERLAY_PAGES *Y (OVERLAY_PAGES (*N Y, yes/no)) causes CET to overlay
pages with the same page number:
Example:
--------------------------left
<NP>
<PNB>1<PNE>
<LMB>6 cm<LME>
right
<NP>
<PNB>1<PNE>
<LMB>4 cm<LME>
center
------------------------ –
results in (using OVERLAY_PAGES *Y):
---------------------------------------------------left
center
right
----------------------------------------------------
7. Lemma position defined by user
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Possible use:
Printing of a text with several columns, whose columns are provided with different line
numberings, while only one column has a critical apparatus.
The existence of the file *.OVL indicates that the user requested overlaying of pages for
the corresponding text. Therefore, *.OVL is a reserved file name extension.
The setting OVERLAY_PAGES is respected by PostScript-Preview and Print, but not by
Preview.
5. Font selection
If a font is selected with <[...]> within an unnumbered paragraph and if this paragraph
contains further text or further commands, the selected font is active only up to the end of
the paragraph (up to now the font selected within an unnumbered paragraph was active
up to the end of the text - in contrast to font selection within numbered text).
6. Suppressing the headline
<HOFF> causes CET to suppress the headline on the current page and on all following
pages. <HON> causes CET to print the headline on the current page and on all following
pages.
HEADLINE_OFF
HEADLINE_ON
(<HOFF>, command name)
(<HON>, command name)
7. Lemma position defined by user
#a|b|c|d|e|f# after the beginning of a variant reading causes CET to print the corresponding
lemma in the critical apparatus with the position a,b.c-d,e.f (a = page number beginning
of lemma, b = line number beginning of lemma, c = subline number beginning of lemma,
d = page number end of lemma, e = line number end of lemma, f = subline number
end of lemma). a, b, c, d, e, f may be empty. In this case the normal number is printed.
Successive | at the end may be omitted.
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Example:
-----------------------------------------(*lemma 1*) {#1|2|3|4|5|6#variant reading 1}
(*lemma 2*) {#|5|||5#variant reading 2}
------------------------------------------
results in (using LINEATION_BY *page):
-----------------------------------1,2.3-4,5.6 lemma 1] variant reading 1
5 lemma 2] variant reading 2
------------------------------------
8. Vertical distance between footnote series
The vertical distance between footnote series can be adjusted with FOOTNOTE*_RULE:
FOOTNOTE*_RULE width height distance1 distance2
width and height specify the width and height of the separator line. distance1 specifies
the vertical space above the separator line and distance2 specifies the vertical space
underneath the separator line.
9. Changing the hyphenation rules for specific words
If CET hyphenates a word at the wrong place, the right places can be specified with
<HB>...<HE>. This specification applies to all further occurrences of this word in the
text. If CET encounters a word for which user defined hyphenation rules exist, CET
ignores the built-in hyphenation rules and hyphenates the word according to the user
defined rules. Hyphenation rules for a specific word are specified by marking all possible
places for a hyphen with -: <HB>ta-ble<HE>. Only one word may be specified within
<HB>...<HE>. For about up to 300 words user defined hyphenation rules may be specified. By omitting all - CET can be instructed not to hyphenate a word: <HB>table<HE>.
The various <HB>...<HE> commands should be collected at the beginning of the text.
Only the characters a … z, A … Z, ’ and - are valid within <HB>...<HE>.
HYPHENATION_BEGIN
HYPHENATION_END
(<HB>, command name)
(<HE>, command name)
10. Suppressing the hyphenation character
Words specified within <NHB>...<NHE> are hyphenated without hyphen. The specification applies to all further occurrences of this word in the text. Only one word may be
12. Avoiding wrong line numbers
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specified within <NHB>...<NHE>. The various <NHB>...<NHE> commands should be
collected at the beginning of the text. Words specified within <NHB>...<NHE> must not
contain |-.
Words specified within <N-B>...<N-E> are hyphenated without hyphen, but this specification only applies to the word within <N-B>...<N-E>. Words between <N-B>...<N-E>
are part of the text and are printed by CET — in contrast to words specified within
<NHB>...<NHE>. Words specified within <N-B>...<N-E> must not contain |-.
NO_HYPHEN_G_BEGIN
NO_HYPHEN_G_END
NO_HYPHEN_L_BEGIN
NO_HYPHEN_L_END
(<NHB>, command name)
(<NHE>, command name)
(<N-B>, command name)
(<N-E>, command name)
Example:
<HB>AD’-J’-K’-P’-R’-S’-T’W’<HE>
<NHB>AD’J’K’P’R’S’T’W’<NHE>
instructs CET to hyphenate all further occurrences of the "word" AD’J’K’P’R’S’T’W’
at the places marked with -. The second line instructs CET to hyphenate without hyphen.
11. Changing the order of lemmata in the critical apparatus
Beginning with CET version 1.4 the lemmata in the critical apparatus are ordered according to the beginning of the lemmata in the text (lemma 1 appears before lemma 2 in
the critical apparatus if and only if lemma 1 starts before lemma 2 in the text). You can
revert to the old order (lemma 1 appears before lemma 2 in the critical apparatus if and
only if lemma 1 ends before lemma 2 in the text) by specifying REVERSE_ORDER *Y
in the configuration file.
REVERSE_ORDER
(*N Y, yes/no)
12. Avoiding wrong line numbers
The combination of LINEATION_BY *page with WORD_DISTANCE x (x does not
equal 0) may lead to wrong line numbers because EDMAC oscillates between two
different sets of page break decisions. In this case follow the instructions given in
the warning message and specify BALLAST 9000 in the configuration file in order to
suppress the oscillation.
BALLAST
(0, number)
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13. Defining the maximal number of calls to TEX
Typeset calls TEX several times. The maximal number of these calls can be specified
with MAX_TYPESET in the configuration file. When the new DVI file generated by
TEX does not differ from the old DVI file, typesetting is finished and no further calls
to TEX are necessary. If typesetting is not finished after the number of calls to TEX
specified with MAX_TYPESET, CET outputs a warning message. In this case you have
to increase the number after MAX_TYPESET (up to 30) and you must call Typeset
again. If the warning message reappears, follow the instructions given in the warning
message (see 12. Avoiding wrong line numbers).
MAX_TYPESET
(30, number)
14. Avoiding bad line breaks
<NLB> instructs CET not to break the line at the current position in the text.
FOOTNOTE*_LINE_BREAK_AFTER_LEMMA determines, whether CET may break
lines in the critical apparatus between a lemma and the corresponding variant reading
from the footnote series specified with * (*Y) or not (*N).
NO_LINE_BREAK
FOOTNOTE*_LINE_BREAK_AFTER_LEMMA
(<NLB>, command name)
(N *Y, yes/no)
15. addpsfnt
addpsfnt can be used with PFA files. If addpsfnt cannot find the required binary PFB
file, addpsfnt tries to convert an existing PFA file into a PFB file using the program
\EMTEX\PS\T1UTILS\T1BINARY.EXE.
16. Changing the page numbering
PAGE_NUMBER_INCREMENT defines the distance between the page numbers printed
in the headline.
PAGE_NUMBER_INCREMENT
(1, number)
17. Special characters and accents
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17. Special characters accents
The following special characters and accents are available:
Input
<AL>
<AR>
<BS>
<BLB>
<BRB>
<BLT>
<BRT>
<DG>
<DGD>
<D->
<d->
<PI>
<pI>
<o>a
Output
〈
〉
\
e
f
g
h
†
‡
i
j
k
l
a˛
Keyword
ANGLE_LEFT
ANGLE_RIGHT
BACK_SLASH
BRACKET_LEFT_BOTTOM
BRACKET_RIGHT_BOTTOM
BRACKET_LEFT_TOP
BRACKET_RIGHT_TOP
DAGGER
DAGGER_DOUBLE
CAPITAL_ETH1
SMALL_ETH1
CAPITAL_THORN1
SMALL_THORN1
OGONEK
Characters without corresponding command names can be entered using {C...}, {S...},
{Z...} and {T...}. The available characters are listed in the four following tables.
CHAR_BEGIN
CHAR_END
SYMBOL_BEGIN
SYMBOL_END
ZAPF_BEGIN
ZAPF_END
TEXSYMBOL_BEGIN
TEXSYMBOL_END
({C, command name)
(}, command name)
({S, command name)
(}, command name)
({Z, command name)
(}, command name)
({T, command name)
(}, command name)
The first table lists the character set for the font Times. The table may differ for other
fonts. Typeset and print \CET\TEXT\CHARSET.TXT in order to generate a printout of
the character set for your font (do not forget to replace Times with the name of your
font; see instruction at the beginning of CHARSET.TXT).
The second table contains the symbols defined in the PostScript Language Reference
Manual2. All these symbols are available as roman and as italic characters only.
The third table contains the symbols from the font Zapf Dingbats, the fourth table
contains the symbols from the TEX symbol font. All symbols from the third and the
fourth table are available as roman characters only.
1
available for fonts added with addpsfnt
PostScript Language Reference Manual, Second Edition, Adobe Systems Incorporated, Addison-Wesley,
ISBN 0-201-18127-4; Appendix E.11: Symbol Character Set
2
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Input
{C000}
{C001}
{C002}
{C003}
{C004}
{C005}
{C006}
{C007}
{C008}
{C009}
{C010}
{C011}
{C012}
{C013}
{C014}
{C015}
{C016}
{C017}
{C018}
{C019}
{C020}
{C021}
{C022}
{C023}
{C024}
{C025}
{C026}
{C027}
{C028}
{C029}
{C030}
{C031}
{C032}
{C033}
{C034}
{C035}
{C036}
{C037}
{C038}
{C039}
{C040}
{C041}
{C042}
{C043}
{C044}
{C045}
{C046}
{C047}
{C048}
{C049}
{C050}
{C051}
{C052}
{C053}
{C054}
{C055}
{C056}
{C057}
{C058}
{C059}
{C060}
{C061}
{C062}
{C063}
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Output
Γ
∆
Θ
Λ
Ξ
Π
Σ
ϒ
Φ
Ψ
Ω
↑
↓
'
¡
¿
ı
`
´
ˇ
˘
¯
˚
¸
ß
æ
œ
ø
Æ
Œ
Ø
!
"
#
$
%
&
’
(
)
*
+
,
.
/
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
:
;
<
=
>
?
Input
{C064}
{C065}
{C066}
{C067}
{C068}
{C069}
{C070}
{C071}
{C072}
{C073}
{C074}
{C075}
{C076}
{C077}
{C078}
{C079}
{C080}
{C081}
{C082}
{C083}
{C084}
{C085}
{C086}
{C087}
{C088}
{C089}
{C090}
{C091}
{C092}
{C093}
{C094}
{C095}
{C096}
{C097}
{C098}
{C099}
{C100}
{C101}
{C102}
{C103}
{C104}
{C105}
{C106}
{C107}
{C108}
{C109}
{C110}
{C111}
{C112}
{C113}
{C114}
{C115}
{C116}
{C117}
{C118}
{C119}
{C120}
{C121}
{C122}
{C123}
{C124}
{C125}
{C126}
{C127}
Output
@
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
[
\
]
ˆ
_
‘
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i
j
k
l
m
n
o
p
q
r
s
t
u
v
w
x
y
z
{
|
}
˜
¨
Input
{C128}
{C129}
{C130}
{C131}
{C132}
{C133}
{C134}
{C135}
{C136}
{C137}
{C138}
{C139}
{C140}
{C141}
{C142}
{C143}
{C144}
{C145}
{C146}
{C147}
{C148}
{C149}
{C150}
{C151}
{C152}
{C153}
{C154}
{C155}
{C156}
{C157}
{C158}
{C159}
{C160}
{C161}
{C162}
{C163}
{C164}
{C165}
{C166}
{C167}
{C168}
{C169}
{C170}
{C171}
{C172}
{C173}
{C174}
{C175}
{C176}
{C177}
{C178}
{C179}
{C180}
{C181}
{C182}
{C183}
{C184}
{C185}
{C186}
{C187}
{C188}
{C189}
{C190}
{C191}
Output
^
~
Ž
ç
ÿ
ã
ı̂
ê
è
é
õ
Á
ô
ý
ü
â
ë
ù
ò
š
Ï
ú
à
ñ
å
ž
Î
Ñ
û
Ê
Í
Ç
Ö
Š
¢
£
⁄
¥
ƒ
§
¤
Ë
“
«
‹
›
fi
fl
Ì
–
†
‡
·
ä
¶
•
‚
„
”
»
…
‰
Ò
È
Input
{C192}
{C193}
{C194}
{C195}
{C196}
{C197}
{C198}
{C199}
{C200}
{C201}
{C202}
{C203}
{C204}
{C205}
{C206}
{C207}
{C208}
{C209}
{C210}
{C211}
{C212}
{C213}
{C214}
{C215}
{C216}
{C217}
{C218}
{C219}
{C220}
{C221}
{C222}
{C223}
{C224}
{C225}
{C226}
{C227}
{C228}
{C229}
{C230}
{C231}
{C232}
{C233}
{C234}
{C235}
{C236}
{C237}
{C238}
{C239}
{C240}
{C241}
{C242}
{C243}
{C244}
{C245}
{C246}
{C247}
{C248}
{C249}
{C250}
{C251}
{C252}
{C253}
{C254}
{C255}
Output
Ÿ
Õ
Ù
Û
Ã
Ú
Ô
˙
Å
ı̈
ı́
á
Ü
˝
˛
É
—
Â
À
ö
ó
ı̀
Ó
Ä
Ý
ª
Ł
º
ł
17. Special characters and accents
Input
{S000}
{S001}
{S002}
{S003}
{S004}
{S005}
{S006}
{S007}
{S008}
{S009}
{S010}
{S011}
{S012}
{S013}
{S014}
{S015}
{S016}
{S017}
{S018}
{S019}
{S020}
{S021}
{S022}
{S023}
{S024}
{S025}
{S026}
{S027}
{S028}
{S029}
{S030}
{S031}
{S032}
{S033}
{S034}
{S035}
{S036}
{S037}
{S038}
{S039}
{S040}
{S041}
{S042}
{S043}
{S044}
{S045}
{S046}
{S047}
{S048}
{S049}
{S050}
{S051}
{S052}
{S053}
{S054}
{S055}
{S056}
{S057}
{S058}
{S059}
{S060}
Output
!
∀
#
∃
%
&
∋
(
)
∗
+
,
−
.
/
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
:
;
<
Input
{S064}
{S065}
{S066}
{S067}
{S068}
{S069}
{S070}
{S071}
{S072}
{S073}
{S074}
{S075}
{S076}
{S077}
{S078}
{S079}
{S080}
{S081}
{S082}
{S083}
{S084}
{S085}
{S086}
{S087}
{S088}
{S089}
{S090}
{S091}
{S092}
{S093}
{S094}
{S095}
{S096}
{S097}
{S098}
{S099}
{S100}
{S101}
{S102}
{S103}
{S104}
{S105}
{S106}
{S107}
{S108}
{S109}
{S110}
{S111}
{S112}
{S113}
{S114}
{S115}
{S116}
{S117}
{S118}
{S119}
{S120}
{S121}
{S122}
{S123}
{S124}
Output
≅
Α
Β
Χ
∆
Ε
Φ
Γ
Η
Ι
ϑ
Κ
Λ
Μ
Ν
Ο
Π
Θ
Ρ
Σ
Τ
Υ
ς
Ω
Ξ
Ψ
Ζ
[
∴
]
⊥
_

α
β
χ
δ
ε
φ
γ
η
ι
ϕ
κ
λ
µ
ν
ο
π
θ
ρ
σ
τ
υ
ϖ
ω
ξ
ψ
ζ
{
|
{S061}
{S062}
{S063}
=
>
?
{S125}
{S126}
{S127}
}
∼
Output
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Input
{S128}
{S129}
{S130}
{S131}
{S132}
{S133}
{S134}
{S135}
{S136}
{S137}
{S138}
{S139}
{S140}
{S141}
{S142}
{S143}
{S144}
{S145}
{S146}
{S147}
{S148}
{S149}
{S150}
{S151}
{S152}
{S153}
{S154}
{S155}
{S156}
{S157}
{S158}
{S159}
{S160}
{S161}
{S162}
{S163}
{S164}
{S165}
{S166}
{S167}
{S168}
{S169}
{S170}
{S171}
{S172}
{S173}
{S174}
{S175}
{S176}
{S177}
{S178}
{S179}
{S180}
{S181}
{S182}
{S183}
{S184}
{S185}
{S186}
{S187}
{S188}
ϒ
′
≤
⁄
∞
ƒ
♣
♦
♥
♠
↔
←
↑
→
↓
°
±
″
≥
×
∝
∂
•
÷
≠
≡
≈
…
Input
{S192}
{S193}
{S194}
{S195}
{S196}
{S197}
{S198}
{S199}
{S200}
{S201}
{S202}
{S203}
{S204}
{S205}
{S206}
{S207}
{S208}
{S209}
{S210}
{S211}
{S212}
{S213}
{S214}
{S215}
{S216}
{S217}
{S218}
{S219}
{S220}
{S221}
{S222}
{S223}
{S224}
{S225}
{S226}
{S227}
{S228}
{S229}
{S230}
{S231}
{S232}
{S233}
{S234}
{S235}
{S236}
{S237}
{S238}
{S239}
{S240}
{S241}
{S242}
{S243}
{S244}
{S245}
{S246}
{S247}
{S248}
{S249}
{S250}
{S251}
{S252}
{S189}
{S190}
{S191}


↵
{S253}
{S254}
{S255}
〈
Output
ℵ
ℑ
ℜ
℘
⊗
⊕
∅
∩
∪
⊃
⊇
⊄
⊂
⊆
∈
∉
∠
∇
Ò


∏
√
⋅
¬
∧
∨
⇔
⇐
⇑
⇒
⇓
◊
â


∑








î

〉
∫
⌠

⌡









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Input
{Z000}
{Z001}
{Z002}
{Z003}
{Z004}
{Z005}
{Z006}
{Z007}
{Z008}
{Z009}
{Z010}
{Z011}
{Z012}
{Z013}
{Z014}
{Z015}
{Z016}
{Z017}
{Z018}
{Z019}
{Z020}
{Z021}
{Z022}
{Z023}
{Z024}
{Z025}
{Z026}
{Z027}
{Z028}
{Z029}
{Z030}
{Z031}
{Z032}
{Z033}
{Z034}
{Z035}
{Z036}
{Z037}
{Z038}
{Z039}
{Z040}
{Z041}
{Z042}
{Z043}
{Z044}
{Z045}
{Z046}
{Z047}
{Z048}
{Z049}
{Z050}
{Z051}
{Z052}
{Z053}
{Z054}
{Z055}
{Z056}
{Z057}
{Z058}
{Z059}
{Z060}
{Z061}
{Z062}
{Z063}
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Output
✁
✂
✃
✄
☎
✆
✇
✈
✉
☛
☞
✌
✍
✎
✏
✐
✑
✒
✓
✔
✕
✖
✗
✘
✙
✚
✛
✜
✝
✞
✟
Input
{Z064}
{Z065}
{Z066}
{Z067}
{Z068}
{Z069}
{Z070}
{Z071}
{Z072}
{Z073}
{Z074}
{Z075}
{Z076}
{Z077}
{Z078}
{Z079}
{Z080}
{Z081}
{Z082}
{Z083}
{Z084}
{Z085}
{Z086}
{Z087}
{Z088}
{Z089}
{Z090}
{Z091}
{Z092}
{Z093}
{Z094}
{Z095}
{Z096}
{Z097}
{Z098}
{Z099}
{Z100}
{Z101}
{Z102}
{Z103}
{Z104}
{Z105}
{Z106}
{Z107}
{Z108}
{Z109}
{Z110}
{Z111}
{Z112}
{Z113}
{Z114}
{Z115}
{Z116}
{Z117}
{Z118}
{Z119}
{Z120}
{Z121}
{Z122}
{Z123}
{Z124}
{Z125}
{Z126}
{Z127}
Output
✠
✡
✢
✣
✤
✥
✦
✧
★
✩
✪
✫
✬
✭
✮
✯
✰
✱
✲
✳
✴
✵
✶
✷
✸
✹
✺
✻
✼
✽
✾
✿
❀
❁
❂
❃
❄
❅
❆
❇
❈
❉
❊
❋
●
❍
■
❏
❐
❑
❒
▲
▼
◆
❖
◗
❘
❙
❚
❛
❜
❝
❞
Input
{Z128}
{Z129}
{Z130}
{Z131}
{Z132}
{Z133}
{Z134}
{Z135}
{Z136}
{Z137}
{Z138}
{Z139}
{Z140}
{Z141}
{Z142}
{Z143}
{Z144}
{Z145}
{Z146}
{Z147}
{Z148}
{Z149}
{Z150}
{Z151}
{Z152}
{Z153}
{Z154}
{Z155}
{Z156}
{Z157}
{Z158}
{Z159}
{Z160}
{Z161}
{Z162}
{Z163}
{Z164}
{Z165}
{Z166}
{Z167}
{Z168}
{Z169}
{Z170}
{Z171}
{Z172}
{Z173}
{Z174}
{Z175}
{Z176}
{Z177}
{Z178}
{Z179}
{Z180}
{Z181}
{Z182}
{Z183}
{Z184}
{Z185}
{Z186}
{Z187}
{Z188}
{Z189}
{Z190}
{Z191}
Output
❡
❢
❣
❤
❥
❦
❧
♣
♦
♥
♠
①
②
③
④
⑤
⑥
⑦
⑧
⑨
⑩
❶
❷
❸
❹
❺
❻
❼
❽
❾
❿
Input
{Z192}
{Z193}
{Z194}
{Z195}
{Z196}
{Z197}
{Z198}
{Z199}
{Z200}
{Z201}
{Z202}
{Z203}
{Z204}
{Z205}
{Z206}
{Z207}
{Z208}
{Z209}
{Z210}
{Z211}
{Z212}
{Z213}
{Z214}
{Z215}
{Z216}
{Z217}
{Z218}
{Z219}
{Z220}
{Z221}
{Z222}
{Z223}
{Z224}
{Z225}
{Z226}
{Z227}
{Z228}
{Z229}
{Z230}
{Z231}
{Z232}
{Z233}
{Z234}
{Z235}
{Z236}
{Z237}
{Z238}
{Z239}
{Z240}
{Z241}
{Z242}
{Z243}
{Z244}
{Z245}
{Z246}
{Z247}
{Z248}
{Z249}
{Z250}
{Z251}
{Z252}
{Z253}
{Z254}
{Z255}
Output
➀
➁
➂
➃
➄
➅
➆
➇
➈
➉
➊
➋
➌
➍
➎
➏
➐
➑
➒
➓
➔
→
↔
↕
➘
➙
➚
➛
➜
➝
➞
➟
➠
➡
➢
➣
➤
➥
➦
➧
➨
➩
➪
➫
➬
➭
➮
➯
➱
➲
➳
➴
➵
➶
➷
➸
➹
➺
➻
➼
➽
➾
18. Avoiding club and widow lines
Input
{T000}
{T001}
{T002}
{T003}
{T004}
{T005}
{T006}
{T007}
{T008}
{T009}
{T010}
{T011}
{T012}
{T013}
{T014}
{T015}
{T016}
{T017}
{T018}
{T019}
{T020}
{T021}
{T022}
{T023}
{T024}
{T025}
{T026}
{T027}
{T028}
{T029}
{T030}
{T031}
Output
m
q
y
u
}

…
‰

‘
•
™

¡
¥
©
­
±
µ
¹
½
Á
Å
É
Í
Ñ
Õ
Ù
Ý
á
å
é
Input
{T032}
{T033}
{T034}
{T035}
{T036}
{T037}
{T038}
{T039}
{T040}
{T041}
{T042}
{T043}
{T044}
{T045}
{T046}
{T047}
{T048}
{T049}
{T050}
{T051}
{T052}
{T053}
{T054}
{T055}
{T056}
{T057}
{T058}
{T059}
{T060}
{T061}
{T062}
{T063}
Output
n
r
v
z
~
‚
†
Š
Ž
’
–
š
ž
¢
¦
ª
®
²
{T081}
{T082}
{T083}
{T084}
{T085}
{T086}
{T087}
{T088}
{T089}
{T090}
{T091}
{T092}
{T093}
{T094}
{T095}
¶
º
¾
Â
Æ
Ê
Î
Ò
Ö
Ú
Þ
Input
{T064}
{T065}
{T066}
{T067}
{T068}
{T069}
{T070}
{T071}
{T072}
{T073}
{T074}
{T075}
{T076}
{T077}
{T078}
{T079}
{T080}
â
æ
ê
Output
o
s
w
{

ƒ
‡
‹

“
—
›
Ÿ
£
§
«
¯
³
·
»
Ã
¿
Ç
Ó
Ë
Ï
×
Û
ß
ã
ç
ë
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Input
{T096}
{T097}
{T098}
{T099}
{T100}
{T101}
{T102}
{T103}
{T104}
{T105}
{T106}
{T107}
{T108}
{T109}
{T110}
{T111}
{T112}
{T113}
{T114}
{T115}
{T116}
{T117}
{T118}
{T119}
{T120}
{T121}
{T122}
{T123}
{T124}
{T125}
{T126}
{T127}
Output
p
t
x
|
€
„
ˆ
Œ

”
˜
œ
¤
¨
¬
°
´
¸
¼
À
Ä
È
Ì
Ð
Ô
Ø
Ü
à
ä
è
ì
18. Avoiding club and widow lines
Use the configuration file settings CLUB_PENALTY and WIDOW_PENALTY for telling
TEX how bad club lines and widow lines are. The default value for both settings is 150.
Using higher values should solve the problem with club lines and widow lines.
If increasing CLUB_PENALTY and WIDOW_PENALTY does not solve the problem,
you can use <LNB>...<LNE>: If you put <LNB>1<LNE> into the paragraph containing
the widow line (or into the paragraph in front of the paragraph containing the club line),
TEX will try to make the paragraph containing this command one line longer than its
optimum length. <LNB>-1<LNE> causes an attempt to make it one line shorter. You
may have to increase the plus (and minus) values for WORD_GLUE in order to convince
TEX to obey your <LNB>...<LNE> command.
CLUB_PENALTY
WIDOW_PENALTY
LOOSENESS_BEGIN
LOOSENESS_END
(150, value)
(150, value)
(<LNB>, command name)
(<LNE>, command name)
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19. Breaking the line within Semitic texts
You have to use <NL> for telling TEX where to break the lines within Semitic texts.
NEW_LINE
(<NL>, command name)
20. New formatting commands
<NPG> (NEW_PARAGRAPH (<NPG>, command name)) is equivalent to an empty line
and can be used for typesetting lemmata which cover several paragraphs:
-----------------------------------------Paragraph1 (*test1 text1
<NPG>
Paragraph 2 test2*) {variant} text2
------------------------------------------
<NM> (NORMAL_MODE (<NM>, command name)) is equivalent to <IE> <UIE>
<SE> <SCE> <SPE> <UE> <RE> <LE> <BDE> <GE> <LTE> and activates GLOBAL_FONT from the current position to the end of the current scope (current alternate
lemma, current variant reading, current paragraph). <NM> ignores trailing spaces.
FROM_TO_SEPARATOR (--, text) defines the symbol which separates the line numbers
in front of a lemma in the critical apparatus.
ELLIPSIS (… , text) defines the symbol which is used for marking the ellipsis within
lemmata in the critical apparatus.
21. Changing the appearance of indices and exponents
INDEX_EXPONENT_FACTOR (0.6, 0<value<=1) defines the font size for indices and
exponents relative to the current font size.
LOWER_FACTOR (0.15, 0<value<=1) defines the degree of lowering of indices relative
to the current font size. The default value has been changed from 0.2 into 0.15.
RAISE_FACTOR (0.3, 0<value<=1) defines the degree of raising of exponents relative
to the current font size. The default value has been changed from 0.4 into 0.3.
25. Devanagari
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22. addpsfnt and small capitals fonts
addpsfnt has a new optional parameter for installing a small capitals font:
addpsfnt <normal> <italic> <bold> <bold italic> [<small caps>|<factor>]
If <factor> (0 < <factor> <= 1) is supplied on the command line, addpsfnt generates the
small capitals font from the normal font: The small capitals font consists of the capitals
from the normal font and the lower case characters, which are the capitals from the
normal font zoomed by the factor supplied on the command line.
If <small caps> is supplied on the command line, addpsfnt uses the supplied font for
small capitals and does not generate the small capitals font from the normal font.
If the fifth parameter is omitted, addpsfnt works as before (default value for <factor>:
0.8).
23. Line breaks within underlined text
Line breaks within underlined text are possible, but for hyphenation of underlined
words the corresponding places in the words must be marked with |- and nesting of
<UB>...<UE> is not allowed.
24. Removing the punctuation marks within abbreviated lemmata
REMOVE_PUNCTUATION_MARKS (N *Y, yes/no) defines whether punctuation marks
(,;.:?!) within abbreviated lemmata in the critical apparatus are printed (*N) or not (*Y).
25. Devanagari
CET is ready for Devanagari (author: Frans J. Velthuis, University of Groningen). You
can get Devanagari via ftp (Internet) and you must install it manually.
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR Devanagari for TEX Version 1.2
1.
Copy ftp://ftp.dante.de/tex-archive/language/devanagari.zip into an empty directory
(name it devanaga.zip) and unzip devanaga.zip:
\emtex\unzip\unzip devanaga.zip
2.
Read devanaga\copying for copyright information.
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3.
Copy devanaga\*.tfm to \emtex\tfm
Copy devanaga\*.mf to \emtex\mfinput
Copy devanaga\latex2e\dev2e.sty to \emtex\texinput
Copy devanaga\latex2e\ot1dn.fd to \emtex\texinput
Copy http://s.top.ruhr-uni-bochum.de/bernt/manual.dvi to \cet\text
4.
Start CET and Print manual (the generation of the missing fonts will take several
minutes … ).
5.
Remove the directory devanaga.
6.
Test the installation (enable Devanagari with DEVANAGARI *Y). Typeset and Print:
---------------------------------------------–
#N+ #L+
<[- - - - 15 pt 15 pt]>
<DNB>*hindi mohan raake"s:
(*mis*) {<LTB>variant reading<LTE>} paal<DNE>
#L- #N---------------------------------------------–
7.
Typeset and Print devanaga. devanaga.txt contains additional information about typesetting with Devanagari.
26. Concealing the CET menu item "Settings"
If the file \AUTOEXEC.BAT contains the line SET CET_CONCEAL_SETTINGS=Y,
CET conceals the CET menu item "Settings" from the user. Remove this line from \AUTOEXEC.BAT and reboot your computer in order to get the CET menu item "Settings"
back.
27. Indexing of phrases
Phrases (several successive words) can be indexed. Add the successive words to be
indexed to the index file (*.IW and/or *.IM), but omit the spaces between the words.
Replace in the text (and/or in the variant readings) all spaces between the successive
words to be indexed with <SP> (SPACE (<SP>, Befehlsname)). After typesetting the
text the index files contain the locations of the phrases to be indexed.
29. Error messages
17
Example:
How to index the phrase "et ex quo": Put the line etexquo into the file *.IW and/or
*.IM (without spaces!). Replace all occurrences of "et ex quo" in your text file with
"et<SP>ex<SP>quo" and typeset your text.
28. Installing Expert fonts
Expert fonts (e. g., for small capitals) can be installed with addpsfnt by adding a * in
front of the Expert font name within the addpsfnt command line.
Example:
How to install the font family Monotype Baskerville, which contains the Expert font
Bskvill Exp MT (file name: bay_____) for small capitals: Use the following addpsfnt
command line:
addpsfnt bas_____ basi____ basb____ basbi___ *bay_____
29. Error messages
190 Use SEMITIC_LANGUAGES *Y
If you use Semitic languages, you have to put SEMITIC_LANGUAGES N *Y into the configuration file. This setting requires
more computing time. Therefore you should enable Semitic languages only if you use Semitic languages within your text.
Example: <HEB>bb.ir_e’ˆs_iyt<HEE> (without SEMITIC_LANGUAGES *Y)
191 ArabTeX not installed
CEPP.EXE cannot find the file \EMTEX\TEXINPUT\HEBTEX.STY, which is part of ArabTEX. Install ArabTEX (see 1.
ArabTEX).
192 Invalid empty line command
<EL> is not valid in this place. <EL> must be surrounded by empty lines.
Example: A <EL> A
193 Headline is already off
Suppressing of the headline is already active due to <HOFF>.
194 Headline is already on
Printing of the headline has not been switched off by <HOFF>.
195 Invalid within Semitic mode
Only <TB>...<TE> and <TMB>...<TME> are valid within Semitic text.
Example: <HEB>bb<GB>logos<GE>bb<HEE>
196 Invalid line number
Only numbers (up to six) and | (up to five) are valid between # and #. At least one number must be specified. Spaces between
# and # are invalid. The second # must not be omitted.
Example: (*lemma*) {#|3|A#variant reading}
197 Invalid while suppression of hyphens is active
|- is invalid within <HB>...<HE>, <NHB>...<NHE> and <N-B>...<N-E>. If the offending word mentioned in the error message
is not surrounded by these commands, the offending word has been used within <NHB>...<NHE> at a different place in the
text and all occurrences of this word must not contain |-.
Example: Com|-pu|-ter after a previous <NHB>Computer<NHE>
198 Invalid within definition of global hyphenation rule
Only a … z, A … Z, ’ and - are valid characters within <HB>...<HE>.
Example: <HB>(bad)<HE>
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199 Wrong lemma begin/end commands for this variant reading
The lemma corresponding to the variant reading mentioned in the error message has been marked with wrong commands.
Example: (*lemma+) {variant reading}
200 Invalid command after <NHB>
CET commands between <NHB> and <NHE> are invalid.
Example: <NHB><IB>italic<IE><NHE>
201 Invalid outside Semitic mode
<NL> must not be used outside Semitic texts.
Example: <NL> in Latin texts
202 Leading must not exceed 15 pt
The leading for footnote fonts must not exceed 15 pt.
Example: FOOTNOTE1_LINE_NUMBER_FONT Palatino m m n 15 pt 16 pt
203 Devanagari not installed
CEPP.EXE cannot find the file \EMTEX\TEXINPUT\DEV2E.STY, which is part of Devanagari for TEX Version 1.2. Install
Devanagari (see 25. Devanagari).
204 Use DEVANAGARI *Y
If you use Devanagari, you have to put DEVANAGARI N *Y into the configuration file. This setting requires more computing
time. Therefore you should enable Devanagari only if you use Devanagari within your text.
Example: <DNB>mohan<DNE> (without DEVANAGARI *Y)
205 Nesting not allowed
Nesting of the command displayed at the end of the error message is not allowed.
Example: <UB>A <UB>B<UE> C<UE>
206 Illegal Devanagari character(s)
The string displayed at the end of the error message is illegal.
Example: <DNB>ca" smaa<DNE>
207 Devanagari is not compatible with ArabTEX
DEVANAGARI *Y and SEMITIC_LANGUAGES *Y is not allowed.
208 Invalid character
Characters with ASCII code 0–20, 22–31, 127, 169–172, 174–224 or 226–255 are not allowed.