The cb2Bib Annote




This documents describes cb2Bib Annote. It succinctly lists Annote's minimalists syntax.


cb2Bib Directives

Make Index

%\c2b_makeindex

BibTeX Directory

%\c2b_bibtex_directory{/home/constans/Documents/BibReferences}

Simple Markup

Uniform Resource Locator

- URL: http://www.molspaces.com/cb2bib/annote.tex.html
- Named URL: http://www.molspaces.com/cb2bib/annote.tex.html[The cb2Bib Annote]
- On a blank window: _http://www.molspaces.com/cb2bib/annote.tex.html[The cb2Bib Annote]

Example

Bibliographic Citations

\cite {key}

Example

Citing the cb2Bib [1].

LaTeX Markup

Document Sections

\title{Title string}
\section{Section string}
\subsection{Section string} 
\subsubsection{Section string}

Document Environments

\begin{env}           % env = abstract, equation, itemize, and verbatim
\end{env}

Example

\begin{itemize}
\item Description 1
\item Description 2
\end{itemize}

Mathematical Macros

\newcommand{name}[number of arguments]{definition}


  1. P Constans. The cb2Bib: A tool for rapidly extracting unformatted biblographic references from email alerts, journal web pages, and PDF files. (2004 - 2012).
  2. D P Cervone. jsMath: A Method of Including Mathematics in Web Pages. (2004 - 2010).