## Available commands

The tables below list the SEP LATEX2e macros.

• No in the minimal column means that the command is supported, but not recommended (it remains for backward-compatibility only.) You are encouraged to use the alternative implementation.
• #1, #2, etc. refer to the command arguments in the order of their appearance.


 3|c| Command Labeling and referencing commands minimal What it does \oldlabel{} No Same as \label{}. 3|r| label{#1} \oldref{} No Same as \ref{}. 3|r| ref{#1} \oldpageref{} No Same as \pageref{}. 3|r| pageref{#1} \FIGLABEL{} No Labels a figure. Equivalent of this command is used internally by \activeplot and \activesideplot. 3|r| label{fig:#1} \FIG{} No References a figure, labeled by \FIGLABEL. 3|r| ref{fig:#1} \CHAPFIG{}{} No References a figure in a different chapter. The first argument is the directory name of the referenced chapter. 3|r| ref{#1/fig:#2} \EQNLABEL{} No Labels an equation. 3|r| label{eqn:#1} \EQN{} No References an equation, labeled by \EQNLABEL. 3|r| (ref{eqn:#1}) \CHAPEQN{}{} No References an equation in a different chapter. The first argument is the directory name of the referenced chapter. 3|r| (ref{#1/eqn:#2}) \PROGLABEL No Labels a program. This command is used internally by \prog and \progblock. 3|r| label{prog:#1} \PROG{} No References the page of a program, labeled by \PROGLABEL, and prints the name of the program with (). 3|r| texttt{#1()} vpageref{prog:#1} \GPROGLABEL{} No Labels a program. This command is used internally by \gprog and \gprogblock. 3|r| label{/prog:#1} \GPROG{} No References the page of a program, labeled by \GPROGLABEL, and prints the name of the program with (). 3|r| texttt{#1()} vpageref{/prog:#1} \LPROG{} No Prints the name of a program with () without referencing its page. 3|r| texttt{#1()} \CHAPLABEL{} No Labels a chapter. 3|r| label{paper:#1} \CHAP{} No References a chapter. 3|r| ref{#1/paper:#1} \chapterlabel{} No The same as \CHAPLABEL. 3|r| label{paper:#1} \chapterref{} No The same as \CHAP. 3|r| ref{#1/paper:#1}

 4|c| Command File input commands minimal What it does latex2html translation \inputdir{} Maybe Defines the directory name for the files being included. The default is the current directory. One of the low-level'' commands. Analogous. \sepinput{} No Inputs a file from the directory set by \inputdir. N/A 4|r| input{#1} \FloatListing Yes Sets a flag so that included programs will behave as floating figures. Ignored. \NoFloatListing Yes Sets a flag so that included programs will NOT behave as floating figures. This command is invoked by default. Ignored. \BreakListing No The same as \NoFloatListing. N/A \NoBreakListing No The same as \FloatListing. N/A \listing{} Yes Inputs a program in a small font and verbatim style. Analogous (uses 
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\gprog{}{}{}     Yes           The first argument is a label, which can be referenced with \GPROG. The second argument is the program name. The third argument is the caption text. The letter g'' stands for global . It means that the program is supposed to be referenced in other chapters of a book or other papers in a report.                                         Analogous.
\prog{}{}{}      Yes           The first argument is a label, which can be referenced with \PROG. The second argument is the program name. The third argument is the caption text.                                                                                                                                                                                               Analogous.
\gprogblock{}{}  Yes           The first argument is a label, which can be referenced with \GPROG. The second argument is the program name. Observes the flag set by \FloatListing or \NoFloatListing. The letter g'' stands for global . It means that the program is supposed to be referenced in other chapters of a book or other papers in a report.  Analogous.
\progblock{}{}   Yes           The first argument is a label, which can be referenced with \PROG. The second argument is the program name. Observes the flag set by \FloatListing or \NoFloatListing.                                                                                                                                                        Analogous.

 4|c| Command Bibliography commands minimal What it does latex2html translation \cite{} Yes Puts a bibliography reference in the form (author, year). Translates into a transparent GIF image. \shortcite{} Yes Puts a bibliography reference in the form (year). Translates into a transparent GIF image. \longcite{} Yes Puts a bibliography reference in the form author (year). Translates into a transparent GIF image. \putbib[] No Inserts a bibliography list. N/A 4|r| bibliographystyle{sep}bibliography{#1} \reference{} Maybe Emulates an entry in a bibliography list. Unimplemented yet. Ignored for now.
 4|c| Command Plotting commands minimal What it does latex2html translation \withbutton No Sets a flag to include figure buttons. N/A \nobutton No Sets a flag NOT to include figure buttons. The same effect can be achieved with \plot and \sideplot. N/A \syscall{}{} No Obsolete. Used previously in conjunction with xtex. Ignored. \SYSCALL{}{} No Obsolete. Used previously in conjunction with xtex. Ignored. \plotbox[]{}{} Yes The first (optional) argument is the relative directory name, defaulted to \figdir. The second argument is the figure name. The third argument contains plot options (typically width=, height=). Use it for figures, which are not defined in RESULTS lists of the makefile. Analogous. Puts a corresponding GIF figure in a bordered table. The size of the figure is computed from the plot options, assuming the resolution of 75 dpi. \plot[]{}{}{} Yes The first (optional) argument specifies the position of the figure and is defaulted to htbp (here, top, bottom, page). The second argument is the figure name. The third argument contains plot options (typically width=, height=). The fourth argument contains the caption text. The corresponding GIF figure is placed in a bordered table. The size of the figure is computed from the plot options, assuming the resolution of 75 dpi. A hyperlink to the full-sized GIF image is placed under the figure. Problem: the hyperreference to the figure goes under it. Sometimes it is inconvenient, and we would prefer the reference to be on top of the figure (pointed out by James Rickett.) \activeplot[]{}{}{}{} Yes The first (optional) argument specifies the position of the figure and is defaulted to htbp (here, top, bottom, page). The second argument is the figure name. The third argument contains plot options (typically width=, height=). The fourth argument indicates the reproducibility status and is inserted by Actify. The fifth argument contains the caption text. The figure name is placed in a frame, and the reproducibility flag is placed in []. The corresponding GIF figure is placed in a bordered table. The size of the figure is computed from the plot options, assuming the resolution of 75 dpi. A hyperlink to the full-sized GIF image is placed under the figure. The figure is supplied with interactive sepshell buttons. \sideplot[]{}{}{} Yes Analogous to \plot, but the figure has a fixed maximum width, and the caption is placed on the left side of the plot. The first (optional) argument specifies the position of the figure and is defaulted to htbp (here, top, bottom, page). The second argument is the figure name. The third argument contains plot options (typically width=, height=). The fourth argument contains the caption text. The corresponding GIF figure is placed in a table with the caption on the left side. The size of the figure is computed from the plot options, assuming the resolution of 75 dpi. A hyperlink to the full-sized GIF image is placed under the figure. Problem: the hyperreference to the figure goes under it. Sometimes it is inconvenient, and we would prefer the reference to be on top of the figure (pointed out by James Rickett.) \activesideplot[]{}{}{}{} Yes Analogous to \activeplot, but the figure has a fixed maximum width, and the caption is placed on the left side of the plot. The first (optional) argument specifies the position of the figure and is defaulted to htbp (here, top, bottom, page). The second argument is the figure name. The third argument contains plot options (typically width=, height=). The fourth argument indicates the reproducibility status and is inserted by Actify. The fifth argument contains the caption text. The figure name is placed in a frame, and the reproducibility flag is placed in []. Warning: Previously we were able to use something like \activesideplot{name} {2in}{}{caption}, where the length 2in was interpreted as the figure height. Now you have to spell out height=2in. This is the only serious back-compatability problem that we have encountered. The corresponding GIF figure is placed in a table with the caption on the left side. The size of the figure is computed from the plot options, assuming the resolution of 75 dpi. A hyperlink to the full-sized GIF image is placed under the figure. The figure is supplied with interactive sepshell buttons. Problem: the hyperreference to the figure goes under it. Sometimes it is inconvenient, and we would prefer the reference to be on top of the figure (pointed out by James Rickett.) \passiveplot{}{}{}{} No Obsolete. Equivalent to \activeplot. N/A \passivesideplot{}{}{}{} No Obsolete. Equivalent to \activesideplot. N/A \activeplothere{}{}{}{} No Equivalent to \activeplot with the first (optional) argument set to h (here). N/A 4|r| activeplot[h]{#1}{#2}{#3}{#4} \activeplotpage{}{}{}{} No Equivalent to \activeplot with the first (optional) argument set to p (page). N/A 4|r| activeplot[p]{#1}{#2}{#3}{#4} \activeplottop{}{}{}{} No Equivalent to \activeplot with the first (optional) argument set to t (top). N/A 4|r| activeplot[t]{#1}{#2}{#3}{#4} \activeplotbottom{}{}{}{} No Equivalent to \activeplot with the first (optional) argument set to b (bottom). Equivalent to \activeplot. 4|r| activeplot[b]{#1}{#2}{#3}{#4} \notinteractive No Obsolete. Ignored. Ignored. \interactive No Obsolete. Ignored. Ignored. \iex{}{} No Obsolete. Ignored. Ignored. \noshowiex No Obsolete. Ignored. Ignored. \showiex No Obsolete. Ignored. Ignored. \noIdocMenu No Obsolete. Ignored. Ignored.