LaTeX/Source Code Listings. in the example there is a Python source, but it doesn't matter: you can include any file but you have to write the full file name. It will be considered plain text and it will be highlighted according to your settings, that means it doesn't recognize the .

Is it possible to add small text underneath the code snippet, similar to the text written under a figure in Latex? – Brian J Jan 18 '15 at @Brian I am not aware of that.

The listings package offers source code highlighting for various languages. Learn by example how to use it in your LaTeX documents. The listings package is a powerful way to get nice source code highlighting in LaTeX.

There is an option to mix several languages in one source code to be highlighted (LaTeX+Lua, HTML+CSS etc.). It's called formatting and recognition of the nested languages within a file, I asked for that feature when LuaTeX was born, I am just proud I did that. Obviously, Latex will always include the latest version of the source while generating the PDF-file. Supported languages The listings package does not only support java source code, but there is an exhaustive list of languages which are known to the package.

No installation, real-time collaboration, version control, hundreds of LaTeX templates, and more. An online LaTeX editor that's easy to use. No installation, real-time collaboration, version control, hundreds of LaTeX templates, and more. Code is usually stored in a source file, therefore a command that automatically pulls code from a file.

If you really want to get fancy, the Pygments package in Python will output syntax highlighted latex code with a command like: pygmentize -f latex -O full terrorvision.info >terrorvision.info The LaTeX it outputs is a bit hard to read but it’s not too bad (it helped me figure out the fancyvrb package) and it does make nice syntax highlighted output. The main problem is, of course, that long words in typewriter type are a potential source for overfull lines. There's no automatic cure, apart from enclosing the paragraph in a sloppypar environment that sets the tolerance (a measure of how much you are accepting large spaces between words) to a .

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If you use LaTeX, you can simply include the source code into your document! Here are three examples with listings and minted. I've also included example PDF files. listings Minimal example LaTeX Java Source Code: listings. Here is an minimal example how you could print Source Code with LaTeX. Lazarus is a free and open source development tool for the Free Pascal Compiler. The purpose of this project is to serve as a Code Repository, Wiki Knowledgebase and support site for converting existing components and libraries to work with Lazarus and the Free Pascal Compiler.