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7.7 TeXchk 

TeXchk is a program from the public domain that checks a LaTeX file for errors in matching {}, [], environments (\begin{xxx} - \end{xxx}), formulas etc. However, this program is far from perfect. Many errors are not detected, and some errors that it finds are spurious.

The syntax is: TEXCHK [ -v -c -r -2] [file1 file2 ... ]
The program is documented in texchk.doc. 4TeX uses only the -v switch (verbose output). This switch is very helpful when LaTeX complains that `environment x ended by environment y'. TeXchk clearly shows the nesting of environments.

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