# All commands, alphabetic order; unimplemented

and environments abstract,

## abstract (environment)

The abstract environment is not implemented in Tralics. (this environment is not defined by LATEX, but by classes like article and report). However, it is possible to define one that can be used once for a titlepage. See Configuration page.

This command is defined by LATEX as \def\addcontentsline#1#2#3{% \addtocontents{#1}{\protect\contentsline{#2}{#3}{\thepage}}} The first argument is the name of a file extension (toc, lof or lot), the second a symbolic name (for instance, it could be part, in this case \protect \contentsline{#2} will evaluate later to \l@part); the last argument will in general be a command (like \numberline) that does something with the line number.

In Tralics, the value of \thepage is undefined, this explains why this command is not implemented.

This command is not defined by LATEX, but by classes like letter, and maybe some classes for articles to journals. However, it is possible to define such a command that can be used once for a titlepage. See Configuration page.

See \addcontentsline above. This command takes two arguments, and prints in a file defined by the first argument, the value of the second. This value is expanded, except for: \label, \\index, \glossary (these commands and their arguments are not written), commands preceeded by \protect, and \thepage (this command is expanded later, when the page is shipped out).

## \appendix

Lamport says that: \appendix is a declaration that changes the way sectional units are numbered. It generates no text, and does not affect the numbering of parts. Since Tralics does not handle section numbers, this command does nothing really useful.

You may consider: \endsec{}\xmlemptyelt{appendix}, this closes all sectioning environments and puts <appendix> on the top of the XML tree.

## \author

In LATEX, this command remember its argument in \@author, and the class may (or may not) use its value via \maketitle; it may also make it undefined later on.

It is not implemented in Tralics, but you can design your own titlepage format. See Configuration page.

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