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I am constantly writing up my homework in Latex and they always have the same framework. Is there anyway I can create a script in Linux that creates a file with the framework then opens it in TexStudio?

For example let's say I am in /home/school/ directory and want to create a file named HW3.tex in the same directory with the framework then open it in TexStudio. Is there anyway of doing this?

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    I’m not clear what the problem is. Create a template file containing the framework, and then just copy it as needed. – Scott Oct 3 '17 at 0:38
  • I would like to do this efficiently. Like if I type newtex filename.tex it will create a filename.tex file in my current directory with a framework that is already predefined in another .tex file. – David Oct 3 '17 at 0:40
  • If a man can hammer a needle in 20 seconds, how much time does it take for 20 men to hammer the same needle? Solve the problem first, think about optimizing the solution afterwards. – Satō Katsura Oct 3 '17 at 6:11
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Create a template file containing the framework, and then write a shell script called newtex that says

cp /path/name/to/your/template "$1"

and, if you want, add

tex "$1"

(or whatever command you use to edit a file).

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