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% RESUME DOCUMENT STYLE -- Released 23 Nov 1989
% for LaTeX version 2.09
% Copyright (C) 1988,1989 by Michael DeCorte
\typeout{Document Style `res' <26 Sep 89>.}
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
% res.sty
%
% \documentstyle{res}
%
% Copyright (c) 1988 by Michael DeCorte
% Permission to copy all or part of this work is granted, provided
% that the copies are not made or distributed for resale, and that
% the copyright notice and this notice are retained.
%
% THIS WORK IS PROVIDED ON AN "AS IS" BASIS. THE AUTHOR PROVIDES NO
% WARRANTY WHATSOEVER, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, REGARDING THE WORK,
% INCLUDING WARRANTIES WITH RESPECT TO ITS MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS
% FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
%
% If you make any improvements, I'd like to hear about them.
%
% Michael DeCorte
% P.O. Box 652
% Potsdam NY 13676
% mrd@sun.soe.clarkson.edu
% mrd@clutx.bitnet
%
% Changes for LaTeX2e -- Venkat Krishnamurthy (Aug 7, 2001)
%
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
% You can have multiple style options the legal options ones are:
%
% centered the name and address are centered at the top of the
% page (default)
%
% line the name is the left with a horizontal line then
% the address to the right
%
% overlapped the section titles overlap the body text (default)
%
% margin the section titles are to the left of the body text
%
% 11pt use 11 point fonts instead of 10 point fonts
%
% 12pt use 12 point fonts instead of 10 point fonts
%
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
% Commands
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
% \Resume prints the word resume but typeset nicely
%
% \newsectionwidth{dimen}
% defines the amount of space the labels extend
% into the left margin.
% DO NOT TRY to change any of the dimensions
% yourself. You will probably confuse the style file.
%
% \name{text} defines your name
%
% \address{text}
% defines your address
% this can be called twice if you have two addresses
% use \\'s to indicate where either line breaks or
% comas should go
%
% \opening this prints your name and address at that spot
% this is not normally needed, as \begin{resume}
% does this but is provided just in case you need
% to do something odd
%
% \begin{resume} ... \end{resume}
% all of the resume should go inside of this
% environment
%
% \section{text}
% This prints 'text' in the left hand margin.
% Its exact placement depends on what the style
% options has been set to. (overlapped or margin)
% You should use \\ to start a new line. If the
% style option is margin, the \\ is converted
% to a space.
% To use this in any of the list environments, put
% the \section after the \item[] but before the
% text.
% Eg.
% \begin{itemize}
% \item\section{text}
% text
% \end{itemize}
%
% \begin{ncolumn}{n} ... \end{ncolumn}
% creates a tabular environment with n equally
% spaced columns. Separate columns by & and
% end them with \\
%
% \begin{position} ... \end{position}
% this is used to print a job description. There should
% be only one job description in it. Information
% related to the job (such as title, dates...) will
% be printed.
%
% \begin{format} ... \end{format}
% used to change the default format for the position
% environment. Within it the recognized commands are:
% \title{option}
% \employer{option}
% \location{option}
% \dates{option}
% \body
% \\
% where option is one of l,r,c standing for left, right, center.
% The format will eventually be used to make several
% tabular environments and you are defining the number of columns
% and the placement of text within the columns of the tabulars.
% Each row is terminated by a \\. Any number of options can
% be on a line, they will each be set in their own columns.
% Any of the options except \body may be left out.
%
% Eg.
% \begin{format}
% \title{l}\employer{r}\\
% \dates{r}\\
% \body\\
% \location{l}\\
% \end{format}
%
% In this example the title and employer information
% are set in 2 columns left justified and right justified
% respectively. Then the date is set right justified.
% Then the body is set. Then the location is set left
% justified.
%
% \employer{text}
% \title{text}
% \dates{text}
% \location{text}
% declare text for the next invocation of the position
% environment
%
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
% Glue
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
%
% sectionskip the amount of horizontal before a section
%
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
% Dimensions
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
%
% sectionwidth the amount that the section titles go in the
% left margin
%
% resumewidth the width of the total resume from the left
% margin to the right. Don't use textwidth
%
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
% Definitions
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
%
% sectionfont the font used to print section titles
% use \renewcommand to change it
%
% namefont the font used to print your name
% use \renewcommand to change it
%
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
% THINGS TO DO
%
% add lm,rm options to format style to allow things to be placed
% in the left or right margin respectivly
%
% add capability so that \body doesn't have to be proceeded (followed)
% by a \\ allowing part of the description (eg. location) to be the
% first (last) thing of the body
%
% clean up the list building procedures
%
% write docs to tell people how to use this
\NeedsTeXFormat{LaTeX2e}[1995/12/01]
\ProvidesClass{res}[2000/05/19 v1.4b Resume class]
%\DeclareOption{11pt}{\renewcommand\@ptsize{1}}
%\DeclareOption{12pt}{\renewcommand\@ptsize{2}}
\PassOptionsToClass{11pt,12pt}{article}
\LoadClassWithOptions{article}
\newif\if@line
\newif\if@margin
\DeclareOption{line}{\@linetrue}
\DeclareOption{centered}{\@linefalse}
\DeclareOption{margin}{\@margintrue}
\DeclareOption{overlapped}{\@marginfalse}
\ExecuteOptions{overlapped,centered}
\ProcessOptions\relax
\nofiles % resume's don't need .aux files
\newtoks\tabular@text % holds the current list being processed
\newtoks\tabular@head % holds the head tabular list
\newtoks\tabular@tail % holds the tail tabular list
\newtoks\@ta % used by \@append
\newtoks\undefined@token\undefined@token={}
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
% prints a centered name with the address centered
% or the two address on opposite sides of the page
%
\def\@printcentername{\begingroup
% print the name centered
\leavevmode\hbox to \textwidth{\hfil\@tablebox{\namefont\@name}\hfil}\par
\@ifundefined{@addressone}{%
% do nothing
}{%
\@ifundefined{@addresstwo}{
% only one address
\leavevmode\hbox to \textwidth{\hfil\@tablebox{\@addressone}\hfil}\par
}{
% two addresses
\leavevmode\hbox to \textwidth{\@tablebox{\@addressone}\hfil
\@tablebox{\@addresstwo}}\par
}%
}%
\endgroup}
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
% this is used to print the name and address at the top of
% the page with a hline in between
%
\def\namefont{\large\bf}
\def\@linename{\begingroup
\def\\{, }
{\namefont\@name}
\vskip 2pt
\fullline
\vskip 2pt
% where do you live?
\@ifundefined{@addressone}{%
% do nothing
}{%
\leavevmode\hbox to \textwidth
{\hfill\vbox{\hbox{\@addressone}
\hbox{\@addresstwo}
}%
}\par
}
\endgroup}
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
% HEADINGS:
% There are two types of headings:
% 1) one with the name centered and the address centered or
% in the left and right side if there are two address
% 2) one where the name is in the upper left corner
% the a line accross the paper
% then the address all on one line in the right corner
% the second address will be directly below the first if defined
%
\let\print@name\relax
\def\ds@centered{\ifx\print@name\relax\let\print@name\@printcentername\fi}
\def\ds@line{\ifx\print@name\relax\let\print@name\@linename\fi}
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
% Use this to set the sectionwidth.
% It adjust the width of the text as well as the hoffset
% You probably shouldn't touch any of the size paramaters
% unless you really understand all of this but it is not
% hard. Either way, it can only be executed once
%
\def\sectionfont{\bf}
\newdimen\sectionwidth
\newskip\sectionskip
\newdimen\resumewidth
\resumewidth=6.5in
\sectionskip=3.5ex plus 1ex minus -.2ex % values stolen from LaTeX
\def\newsectionwidth#1{%
\sectionwidth=#1
\textwidth=\resumewidth
\advance\textwidth-\sectionwidth
\hsize=\textwidth
\hoffset=\sectionwidth
}
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
% This is for sectiontitles that are entirely in the left margin.
% multiline sectiontitles are permited and will be broken by
% \TeX{} to fit into a box \verb|\sectionwidth| wide. It is advised
% that \verb|\\| be used to break the lines by hand as \TeX{} will
% probably not do what you want.
%
% When using this with {\tt tabbing} and {\tt list} (or anything
% that is made out of {\tt list}) put the \section's inside of
% the \verb|\begin{}| and the \verb|\item|Eg.
% \begin{verbatim}
% \begin{trivlist}
% \item[]
% \section{foo}
% text
% \end{trivlist}
% \end{verbatim}
%
\def\boxed@sectiontitle#1{%
% this macro may be called in a tabular. Special code must be written
% to accomodate this. In LaTeX, a tabular is made out of hboxes.
% TeX never goes into horizontal mode because of this; it only
% gets into vertical mode and restricted horizontal mode. Certain
% indenting problems must be handled because of this. They
% are delt with at the end of this routine.
% It is also necessary to close the hbox that was created before
% the \section and create a new one when this macro has ended.
% This macro therefore simulates a \kill, so that any text before
% the \section not be printed. The proper use is therefore
% ...
% text\\
% \section{foo}
% more text\\
% ...
\ifx\\\@tabcr % is this in a tabular? (this *should* work but is a cludge)
\@stopfield % the is the first part of a \kill
\else
\@@par % This will end the previous paragraph if needed and
% go into vertical mode. If this was already in
% vertical mode then the \par does nothing.
\fi
\begingroup
\everypar={}%
\def\par{\@@par}%
\let\\=\@normalcr
\addpenalty{\@secpenalty} % this would be a good place for a page break
% \@secpenalty is what LaTeX uses before its
% section's. It happens to be -300
\addvspace{\sectionskip} % put in a bit of glue
% The following hbox will be contributed to the page list without going
% into horizontal mode. Therefore, any \parindent's, \parshape's, \leftskip
% will be ignored but \hoffset's are not. The result is that the box will
% only by \hoffset. This is what I want
\hbox to 0pt{%
\hss % this is an llap. In other words, this glue
% will shrink by the width of the stuff in the vbox
% (\sectionwidth) into the left margin and then
% insert the contents of the vbox.
\vtop to 0pt{% make a 0pt height paragraph, with the baseline at the
% lined up with the baseline of the first box in the list
\leftskip=0pt
\hsize=\sectionwidth
\textwidth=\sectionwidth
\raggedright % you don't want this filled out to the right margin
\sectionfont
#1\vss % Go into horizontal mode; do the paragraph;
% go into vertical mode; add some negative glue
% to give a box of 0pt height and depth
}%
}%
\addpenalty{-\@secpenalty} % this would be a bad place for a page break
\vskip-\baselineskip % when the next box is processed, baselineskip glue
% glue will be added (the box has no depth because of
% the \vss; therefore, we don't have to worry about
% \lineskiplimit). This -\baselineskip glue
% is to undo this. \nointerlineskip doesn't
% work because the baseline of this line would be lined
% up with the top of the top of the next box. We
% want the baselines lined up.
%
% It may have been possible to do this by forcing the
% baseline of this box to be the top of the box but
% then the interline skip between this box and the
% previous box would be off as the baselines of the
% this box (the one that being made above) and the
% previous line would be separated by \baselineskip
% (probably, it may be separted by the depth of the
% previous box + \lineskip) but as the baseline of
% this box has been moved to the top, the box's would
% separted by to much glue. The exact amount being
% the height of this box.
\endgroup
\ifx\\\@tabcr % is this in a tabular? (this *should* work but is a cludge)
% this is the second part of the \kill; it starts the next tabbing line
% Because this routine will never get into paragraph mode when used in
% tabbing the \parskip that is discussed below will never be inserted.
% Therefore it should not be negated as done below.
\@startline
\ignorespaces
\else
\vskip-\parskip % The next thing to be contributed will be a paragraph.
% Right before being contributed though a \vskip\parskip
% will be inserted. This is to negate it.
%
% I do consider this to be a bit of a cludge but
% I can not find a way to write \unskipfutureskip
% or a way to make TeX think that nothing has
% been contributed to the page list.
\fi
}
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
% This is for sectiontitles that are entirely above the section text
%
\def\unboxed@sectiontitle#1{%
\ifx\\\@tabcr % see boxed@sectiontitle for explation
\@stopfield
\else
\@@par
\fi
\begingroup
\everypar={}%
\def\par{\@@par}%
\def\\{ }
\addpenalty{\@secpenalty}
\addvspace{\sectionskip}
\hbox to 0pt{\hss\hbox to \sectionwidth{\sectionfont#1\hss}}
\addpenalty{-\@secpenalty} % this would be a bad place for a page break
\endgroup
\ifx\\\@tabcr % see boxed@sectiontitle for explation
\@startline
\else
\vskip-\parskip
\fi
\ignorespaces
}
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
% There are two types of section headings:
% 1) the section heading is all on one line and directly
% below it, is the body of the text
% 2) the section heading is entirely in the left margin
% (possibly taking multiple lines) with the body of
% the text next to it
%
\let\@@section\relax
\def\ds@overlapped{\ifx\@@section\relax\newsectionwidth{0.5in}\let
\@@section\unboxed@sectiontitle\fi}
\def\ds@margin{\ifx\@@section\relax\newsectionwidth{1.3in}\let
\@@section\boxed@sectiontitle\fi}
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
% DEFAULTS: (some of them)
%
% centered name
% overlapped section titles
%
% format is:
% title employer
% location dates
% body
% with everything in the left of its column
%\input article.sty
\if@line\ds@line\else\ds@centered\fi
\if@margin\ds@margin\else\ds@overlapped\fi
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
% typeset resume all nice and pretty
%
\def\Resume{{R\'{e}sum\'{e}}}
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
% makes a line of width \textwidth starting at -\hoffset
%
\def\fullline{ % hrules only listen to \hoffset
\nointerlineskip % so I have this code
\moveleft\hoffset\vbox{\hrule width\textwidth}
\nointerlineskip
}
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
% create a multiline box.
%
\def\@tablebox#1{\begin{tabular}[t]{@{}l@{\extracolsep{\fill}}}#1\end{tabular}}
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
% use this to define your name
%
\def\name#1{\def\@name{#1}}
\def\@name{}
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
% use this to define your address, this may be called more than once.
%
\let\@addressone\relax
\let\@addresstwo\relax
\def\address#1{
\@ifundefined{@addressone}{\def\@addressone{#1}}{\def\@addresstwo{#1}}}
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
% if you want to print your name and address is a slightly
% different format than sugessted, then this can be used
% to place it exactly where you want
%
\def\opening{\def\@opening{}
\begingroup
\leftskip=-\hoffset % I use leftskip to move things to the left as
\advance\textwidth\hoffset % changing hoffset doesn't work. But this
\hsize=\textwidth % doesn't really work as hboxes are rules
% are unaffeted
\let\par=\@@par
\parindent=0pt
\parskip=0pt
\print@name
\endgroup
}
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
% all of the resume goes in the resume environment
%
\newenvironment{resume}{\begingroup
\@ifundefined{@opening}{\opening}{}
}{\endgroup}
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
% gives you a tabular environment with n equally spaced columns
% \begin{ncolumn}{#} ... \end{ncolumn}
%
% The p option of LaTeX is broken in all but the newest verion
% of latex.tex, this is how to fix it
%
\def\@endpbox{\par\egroup\hfil}
\let\@@endpbox=\@endpbox
\newdimen\@columnwidth % the width of each column equal to
\def\ncolumn#1{%
% \@columnwidth = \textwidth / #1
\@columnwidth=\textwidth \divide\@columnwidth by #1
\begin{tabular*}{\textwidth}[t]%
{*{#1}{@{}p{\@columnwidth}@{\extracolsep{\fill}}}}
}
\def\endncolumn{\end{tabular*}}
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
% \employer{text} defines employer to be text
% \location{text} defines location to be text
% \dates{text} defines dates to be text
% \title{text} defines title to be text
% \body
%
\def\employer#1{\def\@employer{\print@employer{#1}}}
\def\location#1{\def\@location{\print@location{#1}}}
\def\dates#1{\def\@dates{\print@dates{#1}}}
\def\title#1{\def\@title{\print@title{#1}}}
\let\l@justify\raggedright
\let\r@justify\raggedleft
\let\c@justify\centering
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
% \@format{name}{justify}
% will define \print@#1 to print it's one argument
% justified according to #2 which can be
% l = left
% r = right
% c = center
%
% eg.
% \@format{employer}{c}
% is the same as \def\print@employer#1{{\centering #1\par}}
%
\def\@format#1#2{%
\expandafter\gdef\csname print@#1\endcsname##1{%
{\csname#2@justify\endcsname##1\par}}
}
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
% this is used to define how the position environment should
% formated.
%
% \begin{format} positioning text \end{format}
% where positioning text may be
% \employer{pos}
% \location{pos}
% \dates{pos}
% \title{pos}
% \body (for the body of the position environment)
% where pos is
% l for left
% r for right
% c for center
% use \\ to break the line
% you don't have to use all of the options.
% on any one line, you should indicate what you want on that line
% and where it should go within its column.
% eg.
% the following prints the employer in the left with the location
% centered within that its column. It then prints the date on the
% right. Then it prints the body of the position environment. Then
% it prints the title centered within its column; as there is only
% one column here it is really just centered.
%
% \begin{format}
% \employer{l}\location{c}\\
% \dates{r}\\
% \body\\
% \title{c}\\
% \end{format}
\newcounter{numberofcolumns}
\newenvironment{format}{%
\def\end@line@head{\append@tabular@head{tabular@text}\tabular@text={}%
\c@numberofcolumns 0}
\def\end@line@tail{\append@tabular@tail{tabular@text}\tabular@text={}%
\c@numberofcolumns 0}
\tabular@text={}
\tabular@head={}
\tabular@tail={}
\c@numberofcolumns 0
\let\\=\end@line@head
\def\employer##1{\advance\c@numberofcolumns 1
\@format{employer}{##1}
\append@tabular@text{employer}}
\def\location##1{\advance\c@numberofcolumns 1
\@format{location}{##1}
\append@tabular@text{location}}
\def\dates##1{\advance\c@numberofcolumns 1
\@format{dates}{##1}
\append@tabular@text{dates}}
\def\title##1{\advance\c@numberofcolumns 1
\@format{title}{##1}
\append@tabular@text{title}}
\def\body{\iftoks\tabular@head\undefined@token\then
\else
\@append{\noexpand\\}\to\tabular@head
\skotfi
\let\\=\end@line@tail}}{}
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
%taken from page 378 of TeXbook but freely hacked
%
% appends the expansion of #1 to the token list #2
\def\@append#1\to#2{%
\@ta=\expandafter{#1}%
\xdef\@append@temp{\the#2\the\@ta}
\global#2=\expandafter{\@append@temp}%
}
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
% CHAA006%vaxb.rhbnc.ac.uk@NSS.Cs.Ucl.AC.UK
% texhax.88.078
% is used to see if two token lists are equal
% there must be a better way
%
\let \then = \empty
\def \iftoks #1#2\then #3\else #4\skotfi{
\edef \1{\the #1}
\edef \2{\the #2}
\ifx \1\2\then #3\else #4\fi}
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
% \append@tabular@text{command}
%
% appends command to the end of \tabular@text.
% NOTE: command MUST be a command but without the \
% Eg. \append@tabular@text{relax}
%
% used to define \tabular@text for the tabular environment
% used by append@tabular@head and append@tabular@tail
%
\def\append@tabular@text#1{%
\iftoks\tabular@text\undefined@token\then
\global\tabular@text=\expandafter{\csname @#1\endcsname}
\else
\@append{&}\to\tabular@text
\@append{\csname @#1\endcsname}\to\tabular@text
\skotfi
}
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
% append@tabular@head
%
% appends command to the end of \tabular@text@head
% NOTE: command MUST be a command but without the \
% Eg. \append@tabular@head{relax}
%
% used to define \tabular@head for the tabular environment
% used by the position environment
%
\def\append@tabular@head#1{%
\ifnum\the\c@numberofcolumns=0\relax
\else
\iftoks\tabular@head\undefined@token\then
\relax
\else
\@append{\noexpand\\}\to\tabular@head
\@append{\noexpand\penalty-\@secpenalty}\to\tabular@head
\skotfi
\@append{\noexpand\begin{ncolumn}}\to\tabular@head
\@append{\expandafter{\the\c@numberofcolumns}}\to\tabular@head
\@append{\the\csname#1\endcsname}\to\tabular@head
\@append{\noexpand\end{ncolumn}}\to\tabular@head
\fi
}
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
% append@tabular@tail
%
% appends command to the end of \tabular@text@htail
% NOTE: command MUST be a command but without the \
% Eg. \append@tabular@tail{relax}
%
% used to define \tabular@tail for the tabular environment
% used by the position environment
%
\def\append@tabular@tail#1{%
\ifnum\the\c@numberofcolumns=0\relax
\else
\iftoks\tabular@tail\undefined@token\then
\else
\@append{\noexpand\\}\to\tabular@tail
\@append{\noexpand\penalty-\@secpenalty}\to\tabular@tail
\skotfi
\@append{\noexpand\begin{ncolumn}}\to\tabular@tail
\@append{\expandafter{\the\c@numberofcolumns}}\to\tabular@tail
\@append{\the\csname#1\endcsname}\to\tabular@tail
\@append{\noexpand\end{ncolumn}}\to\tabular@tail
\fi
}
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
% put the actual job descriptions here
% \begin{postion} ... \end{position}
% in the ... describe the position.
% don't put the \dates \location etc in here. define them before hand
\newenvironment{position}%
{%
\begingroup
\par
\the\tabular@head
% \addpenalty{-\@secpenalty}% bad place for a page break
\penalty -\@secpenalty % bad place for a page break
\penalty 10000
\ignorespaces
}{%
\the\tabular@tail
% \addpenalty{\@secpenalty}% good place for a page break
\penalty \@secpenalty % good place for a page break
\endgroup
}
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
% DEFAULTS: (the rest of them)
%
% centered name
% overlapped section titles
%
% format is:
% title employer
% location dates
% body
% with everything in the left of its column
\@secpenalty = -500
\topmargin 0pt
\headheight 0pt
\headsep 0pt
\textheight 9in
\parindent 0pt
\topmargin 0in
\oddsidemargin 0pt
\evensidemargin 0pt
\marginparwidth 0pt
\parindent 0pt
\parskip \baselineskip
\setcounter{secnumdepth}{0}
\def\@listI{\leftmargin\leftmargini
\topsep 0pt
\parskip 0pt
\partopsep 2pt plus 2pt
\parsep 2pt plus 2pt
\itemsep \parsep}
\pagestyle{empty} % don't want page numbers
\begin{format}
\title{l}\employer{r}\\
\location{l}\dates{r}\\
\body\\
\end{format}
\let\section\@@section
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