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Sean Fitzpatrick (sean.fitzpatrick@uleth.ca) contributed the following:
 
Sean Fitzpatrick (sean.fitzpatrick@uleth.ca) contributed the following:
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This summer, one of my colleagues hired a student to help her go through all of the libraries, marcos, contexts, etc. and put together a collection
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of templates and programming examples. I got permission from her to put everything on a public GitHub repository; you can find the fruits of their
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efforts here:
   
This summer, one of my colleagues hired a student to help her go through all of the libraries, marcos, contexts, etc. and put together a collection
 
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https://github.com/ULeth-Math-CS/WeBWorK
of templates and programming examples. I got permission from her to put everything on a public GitHub repository; you can find the fruits of their
 
efforts here:
 
   
https://github.com/ULeth-Math-CS/WeBWorK
 
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The programming examples are not questions. They're an attempt at producing an exhaustive list of every possible way of inputting and evaluating
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something using the various contexts.
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In the documentation there's a nice flowchart for deciding which context to use for a given problem.
   
The programming examples are not questions. They're an attempt at producing an exhaustive list of every possible way of inputting and evaluating
 
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I hope this is useful. It's the beginnings of what will hopefully be a longer project (done mostly over summers), so it's not yet as polished as it
something using the various contexts.
 
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could be.
In the documentation there's a nice flowchart for deciding which context to use for a given problem.
 
 
I hope this is useful. It's the beginnings of what will hopefully be a longer project (done mostly over summers), so it's not yet as polished as it
 
could be.
 
   
 
== Reference documents and manuals ==
 
== Reference documents and manuals ==

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