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Name | Type | Default Value |
---|---|---|

layout | CDATA | None |

style | CDATA | None |

countlike | CDATA | None |

class | CDATA | None |

xml:lang | NMTOKEN | None |

id | ID | None |

The following parameter entities contain theorem: bigblock, mathblock, sectbegin

Inserts a (mathematical) theorem, corollar, lemma, definition, or a remark, a note, an exercise, or an example. It is allowed everywhere where you could insert a floating figure.

For this element, the `class` attribute is vital. It is interpreted
as the kind of the theorem. E.g., you could say

<theorem class="Remark">A short mathematical remark.</theorem>

If `class` is ommitted a default is used.

The `countlike` contains another `<theorem>` class with which the
current one should share numbering. Otherwise, every `<theorem>`
class gets its own counting. For example,

<theorem class="Corollary" countlike="Lemma"><subject>Streetmentioner's Corollary</subject>A short mathematical corollary. If it's corollary number 4, the next lemma will have number 5.</theorem>

If you want to supress counting, set `countlike` to `"(none)"`. If
you don't want to have the chapter number included into the theorem
number, set `countlike` to `"(global)"`.

The name of the theorem is the same as its class. If you want
another name, include a `<heading>` element.

Within `<subject>`…`</subject>`, you can include e.g. a
special name for the theorem. This is printed within brackets
after the word “Theorem” (or whatever).

With the `layout` attribute, you can choose another style.
Prefefined are the AmSTeX styles `plain`, `definition`, and
`remark`. If you want to add another one, you have to give its
definition in a LaTeX package.

*Important:* Only the very first occurence of a certain
`<theorem>` class is allowed to have `<heading>`, `countlike` or
`layout`.

article, chapter, paragraph, section, subparagraph, subsection, subsubsection

ch, cite, description, dm, em, enumerate, footnote, graphics, heading, hspace, idx, indexsee, itemize, ix, latex, m, math, mathref, multipar, p, pageref, quote, ref, relax, subject, tabular, unit, url, verb, verbatim, verse, visual, vref, wrap

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