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TSE: Subml: URL: Create: PDF: How to create clickable url in PDF, via LaTeX? [http://www / hyperref]

Aug 27th, 2009 01:02
techi gity, Knud van Eeden,


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--- Knud van Eeden --- 27 March 2005 - 08:23 pm ----------------------
TSE: Subml: URL: Create: PDF: How to create clickable url in PDF, via 
LaTeX? [http://www / hyperref]
---
Steps: Overview:
 1. -The source code that should be generated by SubML for
     LaTeX is e.g. the following:
--- cut here: begin --------------------------------------------------
\documentclass{article}
\usepackage[dvips, bookmarks, colorlinks=true, plainpages = false, 
citecolor = green, urlcolor = blue, filecolor = blue] {hyperref}
\begin{document}
\url{ http://www.faqts.com }
\end{ document }
--- cut here: end ----------------------------------------------------
 2. So add to your regurar expression search replace the
    1. Add to the <BOOK> tag:
        \usepackage[dvips, bookmarks, colorlinks=true, plainpages = 
false, citecolor = green, urlcolor = blue, filecolor = blue] {hyperref}
    2. Replace if the <URL> tag is found
        <URL> by \url{
    3. Replace if the </URL> tag is found
        </URL> by }
 3. -In TSE this becomes e.g.
     1. For the <BOOK> tag:
         LReplace( "\<book\>", "\\documentclass{report} \  
\\usepackage\[dvips, bookmarks, colorlinks=true, plainpages = false, 
citecolor = green, urlcolor = blue, filecolor = blue\]{hyperref} \ 
\\usepackage{makeidx} \ \\usepackage[dvips]{graphics} \ \\makeindex \ 
\\begin{document} \ ", searchOptionS )
     2. For the <URL> tag
         LReplace( "\<url\>", "\\url{", searchOptionS )
     3. For the </URL> tag
         LReplace( "\<\/url\>", "}", searchOptionS )
 4. -Thus the new regular expression search/replace macro for
     TSE becomes
--- cut here: begin --------------------------------------------------
 // --- MAIN --- //
 PROC Main()
  PROCBlockConvertSubml2Latex()
 END
 <F12> Main()
 // --- LIBRARY --- //
 // library: block: convert: subml2: latex (filenamemacro=convblsl.s) 
[kn, ri, su, 27-03-2005 07:34:23]
 PROC PROCBlockConvertSubml2Latex()
  // e.g. PROC Main()
  // e.g.  PROCBlockConvertSubml2Latex()
  // e.g. END
  // e.g.
  // e.g. <F12> Main()
  STRING searchOptionS[ 255 ] = "glxn"
  LReplace( "^$", "", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\\\/" , "\$\\backslash$", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\$", "\\$", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\{", "$\\{$", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\}", "$\\}$", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\~", "\\~{}", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\\^", "\\^{}", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\_", "\\_{}", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\%", "\\%", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\&", "\\&", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\#", "\\#", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\|", "$|$", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\\\\$\\backslash\\\$", "\$\\backslash\$", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<a\\^{}\>", "<a^>", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<A\\^{}\>", "<A^>", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<e\\^{}\>", "<e^>", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<E\\^{}\>", "<E^>", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<i\\^{}\>", "<i^>", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<I\\^{}\>", "<I^>", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<o\\^{}\>", "<o^>", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<O\\^{}\>", "<O^>", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<u\\^{}\>", "<u^>", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<U\\^{}\>", "<U^>", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<a\\~{}\>", "<a~>", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<A\\~{}\>", "<A~>", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<n\\~{}\>", "<n~>", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<N\\~{}\>", "<N~>", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<o\\~{}\>", "<o~>", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<O\\~{}\>", "<O~>", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<comment\>", "% ", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<\/comment\>", "", searchOptionS )
  // LReplace( "\<book\>", "\\documentclass{report} \ \\usepackage
{makeidx} \ \\usepackage[dvips]{graphics} \ \\makeindex \ \\begin
{document} \ ", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<book\>", "\\documentclass{report} \  
\\usepackage\[dvips, bookmarks, colorlinks=true, plainpages = false, 
citecolor = green, urlcolor = blue, filecolor = blue\]{hyperref} \ 
\\usepackage{makeidx} \ \\usepackage[dvips]{graphics} \ \\makeindex \ 
\\begin{document} \ ", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<\/book\>", "\\printindex \ \\end{document} \ \\end
{report} \ ", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<chapter\>", "", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<\/chapter\>", "", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<chaptertitle\>", "\\chapter{", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<\/chaptertitle\>", "}", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<section\>", "", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<\/section\>", "", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<sectiontitle\>", "\\section{", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<\/sectiontitle\>", "}", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<subsection\>", "", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<\/subsection\>", "", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<subsectiontitle\>", "\\subsection{", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<\/subsectiontitle\>", "}", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<subsubsection\>", "", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<\/subsubsection\>", "", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<subsubsectiontitle\>", "\\subsubsection{", 
searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<\/subsubsectiontitle\>", "}", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<para\>", " \\", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<\/para\>", " \\", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<image\>", "\\medskip \\includegraphics{", 
searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\.[a-z][a-z][a-z]<\/image\>", ".eps}", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<image\>", "\\medskip \\includegraphics{", 
searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<\/image\>", ".eps}", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<quotation\>", "\\begin{quotation}", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<\/quotation\>", "\\end{quotation}", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<index\>", "\\index{", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<\/index\>", "}", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<itemize\>", "\\begin{itemize}", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<\/itemize\>", "\\end{itemize}", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<item\>", "\\item ", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<\/item\>", "", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<italic\>", "\\textit{", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<\/italic\>", "}", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<bold\>", "\\textbf{", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<\/bold\>", "}", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<underline\>", "\\underbar{", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<\/underline\>", "}", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<subscript\>", "$_{", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<\/subscript\>", "}$", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<superscript\>", "$^{", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<\/superscript\>", "}$", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<typewriter\>", "\\texttt{", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<\/typewriter\>", "}", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<literal\>", "\\begingroup \\vskip\\parskip \\everypar=
{\\nobreak} \\obeyspaces \\frenchspacing \\tt \\obeylines 
\\parskip=0pt \\parindent=0pt ", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<\/literal\>", "\\endgroup ", searchOptionS )
  // LReplace( "\<url\>", "{\\tt (", searchOptionS )
  // LReplace( "\<\/url\>", ")}", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<url\>", "\\url{", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<\/url\>", "}", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<TeX\>", "\\TeX{}", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<LaTeX\>", "\\LaTeX{}", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<bigspace\>", "\\bigskip ", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<pagebreak\>", "\\vfil \\eject ", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<copyright\>", "\\copyright{}", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<angle\>", "\\angle{}", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<integral\>", "\$\\int{}\$", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<partial\>", "\$\\partial{}\$", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<infinity\>", "\$\\infty{}\$", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<minus\>", "\$-\$", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<doubledash\>", "\$-\$\$-\$", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<alpha\>", "\$\\alpha\$", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<beta\>", "\$\\beta\$", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<gamma\>", "\$\\gamma\$", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<GAMMA\>", "\$\\Gamma\$", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<delta\>", "\$\\delta\$", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<DELTA\>", "\$\\Delta\$", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<epsilon\>", "\$\\epsilon\$", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<varepsilon\>", "\$\\varepsilon\$", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<zeta\>", "\$\\zeta\$", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<eta\>", "\$\\eta\$", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<theta\>", "\$\\theta\$", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<THETA\>", "\$\\Theta\$", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<vartheta\>", "\$\\vartheta\$", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<iota\>", "\$\\iota\$", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<kappa\>", "\$\\kappa\$", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<lambda\>", "\$\\lambda\$", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<LAMBDA\>", "\$\\Lambda\$", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<mu\>", "\$\\mu\$", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<nu\>", "\$\\nu\$", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<xi\>", "\$\\xi\$", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<XI\>", "\$\\Xi\$", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<pi\>", "\$\\pi\$", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<PI\>", "\$\\Pi\$", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<rho\>", "\$\\rho\$", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<varrho\>", "\$\\varrho\$", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<sigma\>", "\$\\sigma\$", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<SIGMA\>", "\$\\Sigma\$", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<varsigma\>", "\$\\varsigma\$", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<tau\>", "\$\\tau\$", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<upsilon\>", "\$\\upsilon\$", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<UPSILON\>", "\$\\Upsilon\$", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<phi\>", "\$\\phi\$", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<PHI\>", "\$\\Phi\$", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<varphi\>", "\$\\varphi\$", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<chi\>", "\$\\chi\$", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<psi\>", "\$\\psi\$", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<PSI\>", "\$\\Psi\$", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<omega\>", "\$\\omega\$", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<OMEGA\>", "\$\\Omega\$", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<a`\>", "\\`a", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<A`\>", "\\`A", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<a'\>", "\\'a", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<A'\>", "\\'A", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<a^\>", "\\^a", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<A^\>", "\\^A", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( '\<a"\>', '\\"a', searchOptionS )
  LReplace( '\<A"\>', '\\"A', searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<a~\>", "\\~a", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<A~\>", "\\~A", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<ao\>", "\\aa", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<Ao\>", "\\AA", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<c,\>", "\\c c", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<C,\>", "\\c C", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<e`\>", "\\`e", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<E`\>", "\\`E", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<e'\>", "\\'e", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<E'\>", "\\'E", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<e^\>", "\\^e", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<E^\>", "\\^E", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( '\<e"\>', '\\"e', searchOptionS )
  LReplace( '\<E"\>', '\\"E', searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<i`\>", "\\`\\i{}", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<I`\>", "\\`I", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<i'\>", "\\'\\i{}", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<I'\>", "\\'I", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<i^\>", "\\^\\i{}", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<I^\>", "\\^I", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( '\<i"\>', '\\"\\i{}', searchOptionS )
  LReplace( '\<I"\>', '\\"I', searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<n~\>", "\\~n", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<N~\>", "\\~N", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<o`\>", "\\`o", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<O`\>", "\\`O", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<o'\>", "\\'o", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<O'\>", "\\'O", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<o^\>", "\\^o", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<O^\>", "\\^O", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( '\<o"\>', '\\"o', searchOptionS )
  LReplace( '\<O"\>', '\\"O', searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<o~\>", "\\~o", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<O~\>", "\\~O", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<u`\>", "\\`u", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<U`\>", "\\`U", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<u'\>", "\\'u", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<U'\>", "\\'U", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<u^\>", "\\^u", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<U^\>", "\\^U", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( '\<u"\>', '\\"u', searchOptionS )
  LReplace( '\<U"\>', '\\"U', searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<\?\>", "?`", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<!\>", "!`", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<lt\>", "$<$", searchOptionS )
  LReplace( "\<gt\>", "$>$", searchOptionS )
 END
--- cut here: end ----------------------------------------------------
 5. -Run this macro on the input SubML file
--- cut here: begin --------------------------------------------------
<book>
<chapter>
<chaptertitle>ABOUT THIS BOOK</chaptertitle>
<section>
<sectiontitle>Purpose</sectiontitle>
<para>
They say that necessity is the mother of invention.  At least in the 
case of this book, that adage is true.  As an industrial electronics 
instructor, I was forced to use a sub-standard textbook during my 
first year of teaching.  My students were daily frustrated with the 
many typographical errors and obscure explanations in this book, 
having spent much time at home struggling to comprehend the material 
within.  Worse yet were the many incorrect answers in the back of the 
book to selected problems.  Adding insult to injury was the $100+ 
price.
</para>
</section>
<section>
<sectiontitle>The use of SPICE</sectiontitle>
<para>
One of the best ways to learn how things work is to follow the 
inductive approach: to observe specific instances of things working 
and derive general conclusions from those observations.  In science 
education, labwork is the traditionally accepted venue for this type 
of learning, although in many cases labs are designed by educators to 
reinforce principles previously learned through lecture or textbook 
reading, rather than to allow the student to learn on their own 
through a truly exploratory process.
</para>
<para>
Having taught myself most of the electronics that I know, I appreciate 
the sense of frustration students may have in teaching themselves from 
books.  Although electronic components are typically inexpensive, not 
everyone has the means or opportunity to set up a laboratory in their 
own homes, and when things go wrong there is no one to ask for help.  
Most textbooks seem to approach the task of education from a deductive 
perspective: tell the student how things are supposed to work, then 
apply those principles to specific instances that the student may or 
may not be able to explore by themselves.  The inductive approach, as 
useful as it is, is hard to find in the pages of a book.
</para>
<para>
However, textbooks do not have to be this way.  I discovered this when 
I started to learn a computer program called SPICE.  It is a text-
based piece of software intended to model circuits and provide 
analyses of voltage, current, frequency, etc.  Although nothing is 
quite as good as building real circuits to gain knowledge in 
electronics, computer simulation is an excellent alternative.  In 
learning how to use this powerful tool, I made a discovery: SPICE 
could be used within a textbook to present circuit simulations to 
allow students to "observe" the phenomena for themselves.  This way, 
the readers could learn the concepts inductively (by interpreting 
SPICE's output) as well as deductively (by interpreting my 
explanations).  Furthermore, in seeing SPICE used over and over again, 
they should be able to understand how to use it themselves, providing 
a perfectly safe means of experimentation on their own computers with 
circuit simulations of their own design.
</para>
</section>
<section>
<sectiontitle>Acknowledgements</sectiontitle>
<itemize>
<item><italic>GNU/Linux</italic> Operating System -- Linus Torvalds, 
Richard Stallman, and a host of others too numerous to mention.</item>
<item><italic>Vim</italic> text editor -- Bram Moolenaar and 
others.</item>
<item><italic>Xcircuit</italic> drafting program -- Tim Edwards.</item>
<item><italic>SPICE</italic> circuit simulation program -- too many 
contributors to mention.</item>
<item><italic>Nutmeg</italic> post-processor program for SPICE -- 
Wayne Christopher.</item>
<item><TeX> text processing system -- Donald Knuth and others.</item>
<item><italic>Texinfo</italic> document formatting system -- Free 
Software Foundation.</item>
<item><LaTeX> document formatting system -- Leslie Lamport and 
others.</item>
<item><italic>Gimp</italic> image manipulation program -- too many 
contributors to mention.</item>
<item><italic>Winscope</italic> signal analysis software -- Dr. 
Constantin Zeldovich. (Free for personal and academic use.)</item>
</itemize>
<quotation>
<para>
<italic>"A candle loses nothing of its light when lighting 
another"</italic>
</para>
<para>
<bold>Kahlil Gibran</bold>
</para>
</quotation>
<para>
<url>http://www.faqts.com</url>
</para>
</section>
</chapter>
<pagebreak>
</book>
--- cut here: end ----------------------------------------------------
 6. -This will generate this LaTex output file
     (note: you might have to install the hyperref package
      in you LaTeX)
--- cut here: begin --------------------------------------------------
\documentclass{report}   \usepackage[dvips, bookmarks, 
colorlinks=true, plainpages = false, citecolor = green, urlcolor = 
blue, filecolor = blue]{hyperref}  \usepackage{makeidx}  \usepackage
[dvips]{graphics}  \makeindex  \begin{document}
\chapter{ABOUT THIS BOOK}
\section{Purpose}
 \
They say that necessity is the mother of invention.  At least in the 
case of this book, that adage is true.  As an industrial electronics 
instructor, I was forced to use a sub-standard textbook during my 
first year of teaching.  My students were daily frustrated with the 
many typographical errors and obscure explanations in this book, 
having spent much time at home struggling to comprehend the material 
within.  Worse yet were the many incorrect answers in the back of the 
book to selected problems.  Adding insult to injury was the \$100+ 
price.
 \
\section{The use of SPICE}
 \
One of the best ways to learn how things work is to follow the 
inductive approach: to observe specific instances of things working 
and derive general conclusions from those observations.  In science 
education, labwork is the traditionally accepted venue for this type 
of learning, although in many cases labs are designed by educators to 
reinforce principles previously learned through lecture or textbook 
reading, rather than to allow the student to learn on their own 
through a truly exploratory process.
 \
 \
Having taught myself most of the electronics that I know, I appreciate 
the sense of frustration students may have in teaching themselves from 
books.  Although electronic components are typically inexpensive, not 
everyone has the means or opportunity to set up a laboratory in their 
own homes, and when things go wrong there is no one to ask for help.  
Most textbooks seem to approach the task of education from a deductive 
perspective: tell the student how things are supposed to work, then 
apply those principles to specific instances that the student may or 
may not be able to explore by themselves.  The inductive approach, as 
useful as it is, is hard to find in the pages of a book.
 \
 \
However, textbooks do not have to be this way.  I discovered this when 
I started to learn a computer program called SPICE.  It is a text-
based piece of software intended to model circuits and provide 
analyses of voltage, current, frequency, etc.  Although nothing is 
quite as good as building real circuits to gain knowledge in 
electronics, computer simulation is an excellent alternative.  In 
learning how to use this powerful tool, I made a discovery: SPICE 
could be used within a textbook to present circuit simulations to 
allow students to "observe" the phenomena for themselves.  This way, 
the readers could learn the concepts inductively (by interpreting 
SPICE's output) as well as deductively (by interpreting my 
explanations).  Furthermore, in seeing SPICE used over and over again, 
they should be able to understand how to use it themselves, providing 
a perfectly safe means of experimentation on their own computers with 
circuit simulations of their own design.
 \
\section{Acknowledgements}
\begin{itemize}
\item \textit{GNU/Linux} Operating System -- Linus Torvalds, Richard 
Stallman, and a host of others too numerous to mention.
\item \textit{Vim} text editor -- Bram Moolenaar and others.
\item \textit{Xcircuit} drafting program -- Tim Edwards.
\item \textit{SPICE} circuit simulation program -- too many 
contributors to mention.
\item \textit{Nutmeg} post-processor program for SPICE -- Wayne 
Christopher.
\item \TeX{} text processing system -- Donald Knuth and others.
\item \textit{Texinfo} document formatting system -- Free Software 
Foundation.
\item \LaTeX{} document formatting system -- Leslie Lamport and others.
\item \textit{Gimp} image manipulation program -- too many 
contributors to mention.
\item \textit{Winscope} signal analysis software -- Dr. Constantin 
Zeldovich. (Free for personal and academic use.)
\end{itemize}
\begin{quotation}
 \
\textit{"A candle loses nothing of its light when lighting another"}
 \
 \
\textbf{Kahlil Gibran}
 \
\end{quotation}
 \
\url{http://www.faqts.com}
 \
\vfil \eject
\printindex  \end{document}  \end{report}
--- cut here: end ----------------------------------------------------
 7. To see the URL as clickable, you will have to convert it to PDF.
    1. -I used PCTex for this
 8. You can see the result PDF file at
     http://www.knud.info/FaqtsSubmlUrl.htm
    1. Note:
       It is very important that you do
       not include spaces around your URL,
       otherwise your URL will be interpreted
       as a relative URL
       (=relative to the site where it is currently stored)
       ---
       e.g.
       <URL> http://www.faqts.com </URL>
       ---
       is interpreted like
        http://www.knud.info%20/http://www.faqts.com%20
       ---
       ---
    2. Thus you should not include spaces around
       your URL
       ---
       e.g.
       <URL>http://www.faqts.com</URL>
       ---
       is now correctly interpreted like
        http://www.faqts.com
---
---
Tested successfully on Microsoft Windows XP Professional, running
PCTeX v5.1
---
---
Internet: see also:
---
TSE: Subml: Links: Overview: Can you give an overview of links?
http://www.faqts.com/knowledge_base/view.phtml/aid/34894/fid/1765
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