Quoting David C Hendry <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:

> I'm trying to write a document which includes financial data, towards 
> the end I sum up various costs using a counter (\newcounter and all 
> that) and some simple macros.  This works fine and gets me the total 
> costs at the end of the document.  But I would like to copy the final 
> figure to the start of the document for a summary, and of course I'd 
> like this automatic (even if that means running the document through 
> [...]
> LaTeX twice after a change).
> Needless to say it does not work!  The error message, with teTeX version 
> 2.0 (downloaded late January 2003) and compiled on Linux:
> "(./proposal.toc [1]) [2]Segmentation fault (core dumped)"

What are the odds that Scott Pakin's symbols.tex has the answer to two
different questions in the same week?  Still, LaTeX shouldn't dump core
here, and for me, with teTeX-2.0.1 on Mandrake Linux 9.0, the above
construct seems to work fine.  Can we see a minimal example?

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