# Getting larger horizontal dots

I was creating some graphs related to sets in latex (cartesian graphs, arrow graphs and directed graphs). Now I noticed that \Huge\vdots will produce larger than normal vertical dots (although I still think they are a bit small, but that's not the issue here), but \Huge\cdots does not.

My primary question is, how could I get larger horizontal dots? Thanks in advance.

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Yes, it does. Thank you :) Also, out of curiosity, do you why the font size affects \vdots but not \cdots? –  MaienM Apr 15 '12 at 21:09
@MaienM Size changes don't work as one might expect in math mode; but the \vdots are built with boxes where the size change has effect. –  egreg Apr 15 '12 at 21:13
Hmm, that makes sense. That also explains why \ddots acts like \vdots, makes sense for that to use boxes as well. Thanks :) –  MaienM Apr 15 '12 at 21:16