[NTG-context] typesetting proofs

Hans Hagen pragma at wxs.nl
Tue Nov 14 16:18:56 CET 2006


Dalyoung Jeong wrote:
> Dear all,
>
> Searching the lists, I found one and I got the output what I want as 
> following image. But, as you noticed, there is a lot spaces between 
> "Theorem"  and the start of the text. Also there is the same space 
> between "Proof" and the start of the text. Is it normal? or Is there 
> any method to reduce the spaces?
>
> Thank you for reading.
>
> Dalyoung
>
> %Here is the definition following Mr. Taco's method
>
> \defineenumeration[Theorem]
>    [location=serried,
>     headstyle=bold,
>     text=Theorem,
>     number=yes,
>     after=]
> \definestartstop[theorem]
>    [before=\startTheorem,
>     after=\stopTheorem]
>
> \defineenumeration[Proof]
>    [location=serried,
>     headstyle=slanted,
>     text=Proof,
>     number=no,
>     after=]
> \definestartstop[proof]
>    [before=\startProof,
>     after=\hfil \stopProof]
>
> .......
>
> \startTheorem $P(n, r) = C(n,r).... \stopTheorem
> \startProof An ordered arrangement... \stopProof
>
you can use the "width" and "distance" keys to set the spacing 

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