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---- +====== ​How does LaTeX relate to Plain TeX? ====== 
-section: The Background +
-date: 2014-06-10 +
---- +
-How does LaTeX relate to Plain TeX?+
  
 TeX provides a programming language (of sorts), and any document TeX provides a programming language (of sorts), and any document
-more complex than the trivial ​''​hello world'' ​will need some+more complex than the trivial ​"hello world" ​will need some
 programming. programming.
  
 LaTeX and Plain TeX are both libraries written for use with LaTeX and Plain TeX are both libraries written for use with
-TeX; the user commands ​`texand `latexinvoke+TeX; the user commands ​''​tex'' ​and ''​latex'' ​invoke
 TeX-the-program with a library incorporated. ​ Libraries that may be TeX-the-program with a library incorporated. ​ Libraries that may be
-loaded in this way are known as ''​_formats_''​; when a user ''​runs''​+loaded in this way are known as "//​formats//"​; when a user "runs"
 Plain TeX or LaTeX, they are running TeX (the program) with an Plain TeX or LaTeX, they are running TeX (the program) with an
 appropriate format. ​ The documents are then programmed in Plain TeX appropriate format. ​ The documents are then programmed in Plain TeX
-or LaTeX _language_.+or LaTeX //​language//​.
  
-Plain TeX and LaTeX exist because writing your documents in ''​raw''​+Plain TeX and LaTeX exist because writing your documents in "raw"
 TeX could involve much reinventing of wheels for every document. TeX could involve much reinventing of wheels for every document.
 Both languages serve as convenient aids to make document writing more Both languages serve as convenient aids to make document writing more
-pleasant: LaTeX provides many more items to support ​''​common''​+pleasant: LaTeX provides many more items to support ​"common"
 requirements of documents. requirements of documents.
  
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 some Plain TeX commands don't work as expected when used in a some Plain TeX commands don't work as expected when used in a
 LaTeX document. ​ Using Plain TeX commands in a LaTeX document LaTeX document. ​ Using Plain TeX commands in a LaTeX document
-is an occasional source of bugs: the output is _almost_ ​right,+is an occasional source of bugs: the output is //​almost// ​right,
 but some things are misplaced. but some things are misplaced.
  
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 not work correctly in the other. not work correctly in the other.
  
 +
 +-----
 +
 +//Source:// [[faquk>​FAQ-LaTeXandPlain|How does LaTeX relate to Plain TeX?]]
 +
 +{{htmlmetatags>​metatag-keywords=(LaTeX,​background)
 +metatag-og:​title=(How does LaTeX relate to Plain TeX?)
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 +}}
  
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