I want to insert a symbol (
\Box) at the end of the line.
Edit: To clarify a bit regarding the comments: this simple command is intended as an answer to the simple question, how to insert a symbol at the end of the line.
The answers to Theorem packages: which to use, which conflict? can help in deciding which to use.
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here is a comment repeated from question 3799 which asked about putting "boxes" (or other symbols) at the ends of either text lines or displayed equations. although the direct relevance is to amsthm, the approach should be workable in other contexts as well.
it was not originally recognized that "boxes" would be wanted at the end of anything other than proofs, but over the past year there have been numerous requests for this facility. a wholesale upgrade of this feature, including adding the ability to mark non-proofs, is on our to-do list. in the meantime, see “Theorems in AMS-LaTeX” in the ams author faq. it contains a link to an example file that demonstrates various tactics that can be used with amsthm to get different symbols and put them in different locations.
A related issue concerns inserting a symbol at the end of a displayed equation. E.g., if one has a specific symbol for the end of a
Just thought I'ld mention this one here...