Comparison of $\rm \LaTeX$'s "Quote" and "Quotation" Environments

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To quote another one’s words, one can paraphrase the words. For some reason(s), (Perhaps being too lazy, or want to accurately reflect another one’s words.) one would like to directly quote what another one has said.

To show the difference in $\rm \LaTeX$, I’ve made a PDF file a year ago. It’s now on Google Docs.

I created the above PDF document using quote.tex.

For many computer users who aren’t familiar with $\rm \LaTeX$’s syntax but HTML’s, they should find Markdown easy to write, and pandoc easy to use.

\$ pandoc -s \
> --mathjax=http://cdn.mathjax.org/mathjax/latest/MathJax.js?config=TeX-AMS_HTML-full \
> foo.markdown foo.tex

The result is shown in quote.markdown.

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