--- trunk/pg/macros/contextIntegerFunctions.pl 2007/08/19 01:06:01 5372
+++ trunk/pg/macros/contextIntegerFunctions.pl 2007/08/19 02:01:57 5373
@@ -4,24 +4,24 @@
=head3 Context("IntegerFunctions")
-######################################################################
-#
-# This is a Parser context that adds integer related functions C(n,r)
-# and P(n,r). They can be used by the problem author and also by
-# students if the answer checking is done by Parser. The latter is
-# the main purpose of this file.
-#
-# Note: by default, webwork problems do not permit students to use
-# C(n,r) and P(n,r) functions. Problems which do permit this
-# should alert the student in their text.
-#
-# Usage examples:
-# $b = random(2, 5); $a = $b+random(0, 5);
-# $c = C($a, $b);
-# ANS(Compute("P($a, $b)")->cmp);
-#
-# Note: If the context is set to something else, such as Numeric, it
-# can be set back with Context("IntegerFunctions").
+ ######################################################################
+ #
+ # This is a Parser context that adds integer related functions C(n,r)
+ # and P(n,r). They can be used by the problem author and also by
+ # students if the answer checking is done by Parser. The latter is
+ # the main purpose of this file.
+ #
+ # Note: by default, webwork problems do not permit students to use
+ # C(n,r) and P(n,r) functions. Problems which do permit this
+ # should alert the student in their text.
+ #
+ # Usage examples:
+ # $b = random(2, 5); $a = $b+random(0, 5);
+ # $c = C($a, $b);
+ # ANS(Compute("P($a, $b)")->cmp);
+ #
+ # Note: If the context is set to something else, such as Numeric, it
+ # can be set back with Context("IntegerFunctions").
=cut
@@ -54,3 +54,4 @@
Context("IntegerFunctions");
+1;