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Tex in Practice (4 Volume Set) Paperback – 1 Sep 1993
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Amazon.com: 1 reviews
An attempt at creating the ultimate TeX reference!
12 October 2000 - Published on Amazon.com
8 people found this helpful.
I applaud the author for his work in compiling this vast collection of knowledge and information regarding the TeX typesetting language. It is unfortunate that the publisher, Springer I believe, didn't take more time in doing editorial reviews. I found MANY language and spelling errors, all of which could have been remiedied easily via a little editing. As a TeX user dating back to the mid 1980s, I found the information in this set of volumes useful. In some instances however, I felt that the author got lost in minute details that didn't contribute to the subject matter at hand. Overall, I rank this reference as being fairly good and very detailed. I always felt that everything could have been said with 30% less words than were actually written. Considering the, relatively high, cost of the set, I would recommend this set for purchase ONLY IF YOU'RE ABSOLUTELY ADDICTED TO THE FINE DETAILS OF THIS TYPESETTING LANGUAGE. If you are a user who is looking for a reference to enhance your productivity in/with TeX, I would refer you to other available references which are marketed at a fraction of the cost.