For example, I want to put a circle around
\land, just like one can put a circle around
+ by writing
\oplus. Is there a general method to do this?
More correct is the next code, I used the code from egreg here
Here's a version combining
It will change size according to math style:
You can use
Look at this MWE:
the result will be:
I spent some time trying to get the <,<=,=,>= and > operators circled nicely. Code ended up a bit hacky, even though it worked:
The horizontal spacings are quite finicky. It ended up looking like this (center column):
I am giving the general answer to the question (valid for any operator and even text) by slightly modifying Alain's code.