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For example, if I use algpseudocode , then I can't add algorithmic because it is already included in the algorithm package. Is there any definitive guidelines for a streamlined approach? Any suggestion will be appreciated. I use algorithmicx with algpseudocode since they are superior to algorithmic. I think algorithmicx offers the same functionality compared to algorithm2e , but I find its syntax clearer than the one provided by algorithm2e.
Float wrapper for algorithms. The documentation says:. When placed within the text without being encapsulated in a floating environment algorithmic environments may be split over a page boundary, greatly detracting from their appearance. In addition, it is useful to have algorithms numbered for reference and for lists of algorithms to be appended to the list of contents. The algorithm environment is meant to address these concerns by providing a floating environment for algorithms.
This is the environment in which you write your pseudocode. You have predefined commands for common structures such as if , while , procedure. All the commands are capitalized, e. The documentation 1 says:. The reason for two environments being provided is to allow the user maximum flexibility.
This package is like algorithmic upgraded. It enables you to define custom commands, which is something algorithmic can't do. So if you don't want to write your crazy custom commands, you will be fine with algorithmic.
You use algorithmicx the same way you use algorithmic , only the syntax and details are slightly different. See the example below for details.
You may use only algorithmicx, and define the commands yourself, or you may use one of the predefined command sets. This is just a layout for algorithmicx which tries to be as simillar as possible to algorithmic. There are also other layouts, such as:. You can use the old algorithms with the algcompatible layout, but please use the algpseudocode layout for new algorithms. This is another algorithm environment just like algorithmic or algorithmicx.
Algorithm2e is an environment for writing algorithms in LaTeX2e. An algorithm is defined as floating object like figures. It provides macros that allow you to create different sorts of key words, thus a set of predefined key words is given. You can also change the typography of the keywords. Sign up to join this community. The best answers are voted up and rise to the top. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Asked 5 years, 3 months ago. Active 1 year, 2 months ago.
Viewed k times. Active Oldest Votes. TL;DR version: algorithm - float wrapper for algorithms. Detailed version algorithm Float wrapper for algorithms.
The documentation says: When placed within the text without being encapsulated in a floating environment algorithmic environments may be split over a page boundary, greatly detracting from their appearance. Your pseudocode There are also other layouts, such as: algcompatible fully compatible with the algorithmic package , algpascal aims to create a formatted pascal program, you can transform a pascal program into an algpascal algorithm description with some basic substitution rules.
This layout is incomplete. See the example for algorithmicx , it uses the algpseudocode layout. The documentation says: Algorithm2e is an environment for writing algorithms in LaTeX2e. Augustin Augustin 4, 1 1 gold badge 14 14 silver badges 20 20 bronze badges. A lovely, detailed answer! Your discussion is very clear about why, and whether, to prefer algorithmicx to algorithmic , but doesn't offer much comparison to algorithm2e.
Is that because you are less familiar with it, because it is well known to be inferior, or something else? Yes, you are right: I am not very familiar with algorithm2e. I think they should offer similar functionality, but I prefer the syntax of algorithmicx.
I edited my answer to make it clear that it is only my subjective preference. Even if you load algorithmicx I understand you still have to load algorithm too? Extensive answer! When I read the section about algorithmicx , I didn't immediately get that algpseudocode should also be loaded in order to use the package. Maybe I'm the only one who experienced that, otherwise it could maybe be added somewhere. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Sign up using Facebook. Sign up using Email and Password.
In this post, I want to summarize what I have learned about creating algorithmic pseudo code in LaTeX. In LaTeX, there are several packages which can help you to write pseudo code, notably algorithmicx and algorithm2e. It seems that algorithm2e is more actively maintained 1. I decided to give algorithm2e a try. The end result is shown in the title image. The code to create the title image is:. There are certain options for the algorithm2e package which control the algorithm style.
How to write algorithm in Latex
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