Here is the definitive guide to the use of TeX, written by the system's creator, Donald E. Knuth.
TeX represents the state of the art in computer typesetting. It is particularly valuable where the document, article, or book to be produced contains a lot of mathematics, and where the user is concerned about typographic quality. TeX software offers both writers and publishers the opportunity to produce technical text of all kinds, in an attractive form, with the speed and efficiency of a computer system.
Novice and expert users alike will gain from "The TeXbook" the level of information they seek. Knuth warns newcomers away from the more difficult areas, while he entices experienced users with new challenges. The novice need not learn much about TeX to prepare a simple manuscript with it. But for the preparation of more complex documents, "The TeXbook" contains all the detail required.
Knuth's familiar wit, and illustrations specially drawn by Duane Bibby, add a light touch to an unusually readable software manual.
"The TeXbook" is the first in a five-volume series on "Computers and Typesetting," all authored by Knuth.
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Review: Computers & Typesetting (Computers & typesetting A)User Review - Logan - Goodreads
A documentation for a program couldn't be done better than Knuth does it for his. Clearly explained and engaging. Read full review
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