# Brackets with a center bracket

I have some data displayed in pairs. Currently, it appears like this, on one line:

(numbers; numbers; numbers)

However, I am looking for a better center divider. Here are some e.g.:

(numbers | numbers | numbers | numbers)
(numbers / numbers / numbers)

I am willing to change the outer brackets to any style, if necessary, to find a good match:

{numbers | numbers | numbers | numbers}
[numbers I numbers I numbers I numbers I numbers]

However, these all seem like good solutions. I cannot find any center divider that matches any of the outer dividers or that at least looks nice and visually separates the various parts.

What can I use?

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I don't really understand what this question has to do with TeX or Friends? Could you elaborate? – Seamus Nov 28 '11 at 15:04
What is a "book match"? – Mico Nov 28 '11 at 19:40

$\left\{\frac{a}{b} \middle] \frac{c}{d} \middle| \frac{e}{f} \middle( \frac{g}{h} \right\}$