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Plain TeX macro: figflow -- flow text around a figure

recently, in response to a post on comp.text.tex, Ian Hutchinson
posted a short piece of code to do this job.

the abstract i've written for the catalogue says
  Provides a Plain TeX macro \figflow that allows one to insert a
  figure into an area inset into a paragraph.  Command arguments
  are width and height of the figure, and the figure (and its
  caption) itself.  (Does not work with LaTeX.)

i asked (and was given) permission to put the file on ctan, and have
installed it on ctan in directory macros/plain/contrib/figflow

Robin Fairbairns

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