[texhax] algotithmic

Abedelaziz Mohaisen mo7aisen at gmail.com
Mon Feb 5 02:23:45 CET 2007

I also would like to refer to the package {algorithm2e} which is easy,
powerful, the making the box is pretty easy once you use that option in the

-----Original Message-----
From: texhax-bounces at tug.org [mailto:texhax-bounces at tug.org] On Behalf Of
Uwe Luck
Sent: Monday, February 05, 2007 8:16 AM
To: taskin sen; texhax at tug.org
Subject: Re: [texhax] algotithmic

At 23:24 02.02.07, taskin sen wrote:
>hi, i try to write algoritm enclosed by a box but i can not. the sample 
>code is given below:
>\FOR {$EACH$ $Performance$} \STATE...............
>how can i create a box around of a algorithm?

In case a real expert won't answer soon, a few hints:

1. Have you considered LaTeX documentation on
\fbox and \framebox? Well, a few difficulties
with this approach come to my mind. I think
I know how to deal with them, yet I don't want
to expand on this before it turns out that you
can't help yourself.

2. Or visit


and enter "framed" in the third field (`"Catalogue").
You then get a list of packages that may help you.

3. I don't understand what you are doing within
your environment (i.e.: from where do you have \FOR
etc., and what do the Dollar symbols mean).
However, you should know about packages for
code listings. Perhaps you learn to know them
by entering "listing" instead of the above.

HTH indeed -- Uwe.

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