I've just starting using LaTeX (today), because I wanted a professional way to format some pseudocodes, needed for a paper. So this might be a lame question, but can't find anything relevant.
My problem is that when using the
\frac command with algorithmicx package, the constant height of the row makes the fraction small, hard to read. Here is an example:
Is there a way to enlarge the row height and those parts which got shrunk? I also noticed, that other writer use the / operator instead of
\fract, but I would rather not, I have pretty long formulas, and this would make them harder to read, and not because of the font size. I don't need constant row height, but a readable code.