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  TEI stylesheet for making LaTeX output.  

 

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Author: See AUTHORS

 

Id: $Id: tei.xsl 10197 2012-03-28 21:44:10Z rahtz$

 

Copyright: 2011, TEI Consortium

 
 
                                \color{red}   {   \textcolor{red}{   }   \textbf{   {   {   \begin{it}   }   }   \end{it}   }   }     \hspace*{6pt}         letter       book       article           Process elements processing-instruction()[name(.)='tex']               \mbox{}\newline             \textbf{     }                       {\textChinese     }       {\textJapanese     }       {\textKorean     }                

We need the backslash and two curly braces to insert LaTeX   commands into the output, so these characters need to replaced when they   are found in running text.