The Overleaf editor already provides a word count via the texcount facility, but there may be times when you need to use different options (e.g. for counting characters; without the bibliography, etc.) This example shows how you can execute texcount with your preferred parameters in your project.
A multi-page CV and cover letter, using the updated moderncv document class.
There are template files for Spanish and Chinese (should work for Japanese and Korean as well), as well as a number of built-in styles and colour themes. You can change to a different main file to use a different template.
Example - the `superflip' configuration
Once you have mastered Rubik's cube, then an interesting exercise is to generate
the so-called `superflip' configuration, in which all the corners are correctly
solved, while all the edges are flipped.
For the impatient, the superflip sequence of 24 quarter-turn rotations (listed on Randelshofer's website) is as follows. This converts the solved cube on the left into the configuration shown on the right.
Rubik package on CTAN: http://www.ctan.org/tex-archive/macros/latex/contrib/rubik