I created an application to convert our markdown/text file notes/assignments into latex with one command

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    Convert your files into LaTeX/pdf with one command!

    PDF output: https://imgur.com/MrNaqkW, https://github.com/iaacornus/simtex/blob/devel/examples/1/hello.pdf

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  • pandoc

    Universal markup converter

    thanks! there is also the pandoc program, which is the full fledge version of the program, the only dislike I had is, the source it generates is pretty unreadable and just ugly (cluttered with many other commands) that is enough to scare away people and almost make it hard to further edit.

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