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             README for the `commado' bundle

      Iterate on comma-separated and filename lists

                (C) Uwe Lueck 2012/11/29

`commado.sty' provides 


to apply an existing one-parameter macro <cmd> to each item 
in a list <list> in which items are separated by commas. 

`filesdo.sty' provides 


to run <cmd>{<base>.<ext>} for some (at most) one-parameter 
macro <cmd>, each base filename <base> in the comma-separated 
list <bases> and each extension <ext> in the comma-separated 
list <exts>. 

As opposed to LaTeX’s internal \@for, no assignments are 
involved (unless <cmd> uses assignments, "expandability" in 
"TeX’s gullet").

Both packages are "generic," i.e., should work with Plain 
TeX, LaTeX or even other formats, relying on the `plainpkg' 
package for some minimal LaTeX-like behaviour.

RELATED PACKAGES: `loops' and others mentioned in the 
    `dowith' package documentation.

KEYWORDS: macro programming, programming structures, loops, 

REQUIRED PACKAGES: `plainpkg', `stacklet'

LICENSE: The package files `commado.sty', `filesdo.sty' and
    the files `commado.pdf' and `commado.tex' documenting 
    both package files can be redistributed and/or modified
    under the terms of the LaTeX Project Public License;
    either version 1.3c of the License, or any later version, 

    There is NO WARRANTY, indeed this still is somewhat

    The `commado' package is author-maintained in the sense 
    of the license.

The latest public version of the package is available at

A TDS version of the package is available as

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