can anyone explane the job of
\c@figurein latex.ltx, memoir.sty or graphicx.sty. (I need to redefine
\c@figure, but where is it
\def’ed?) Well, article.cls seems to define
\c@figure, but the origin of the latter still remains obscure. Any ideas are truly appreciated!
\c@figureis the TeX count associated with the LaTeX counter
figure. It is the count that holds the actual numeric value of the counter. Everytime you define a new counter
\c@foowhich holds the actual numeric value (0 at the beginning),
\thefoowhich is used to print the counter value and may be redefined with a suitable definition.
\c@foo. If the value of the counter needs to be reset or something there are a number of commands like
\refstepcounter, ... if the representation of the counter should be changed then
\thefooshould be redefined.
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