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Re: Counting words in LaTex mode

From: Anders Johansson
Subject: Re: Counting words in LaTex mode
Date: Fri, 20 Apr 2001 16:11:24 +0800 (WST)

Hi Kalyan,

I've solved it:

Some versions of detex works with LaTeX documents as well:
detex myfile.tex | wc -w

A version of detex that can handle LaTeX can be downloaded from


>Hi Anders,
>       If you are using tetex as your TeX engine, you can
>run your file through detex or delatex.
>>detex -wl myfile.tex |cat|sort -uf > myfile.words
>The file myfile.words will contain an alphabetical listing
>of all words in your document *no repitions* though.
>       Is this what you wanted? It's not an Elisp-based
>solution, of course: but might help you.
>       Cheers.
>       Kalyan

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