|LaTeXML::Core::Definition::Register(3pm)||User Contributed Perl Documentation||LaTeXML::Core::Definition::Register(3pm)|
NAME¶"LaTeXML::Core::Definition::Register" - Control sequence definitions for Registers.
DESCRIPTION¶These are set up as a speciallized primitive with a getter and setter to access and store values in the Stomach. See LaTeXML::Package for the most convenient means to create them.
It extends LaTeXML::Core::Definition::Primitive.
Registers generally store some value in the current "LaTeXML::Core::State", but are not required to. Like TeX's registers, when they are digested, they expect an optional "=", and then a value of the appropriate type. Register definitions support these additional methods:
- "$value = $register->valueOf(@args);"
- Return the value associated with the register, by invoking it's "getter" function. The additional args are used by some registers to index into a set, such as the index to "\count".
- Assign a value to the register, by invoking it's "setter" function.
AUTHOR¶Bruce Miller <email@example.com>
COPYRIGHT¶Public domain software, produced as part of work done by the United States Government & not subject to copyright in the US.