# How to typeset \oiint and \oiiint in MathJax? [closed]

Unfortunately MathJax doesn't know about \oiint and \oiiint, leading me to nasty hacks like \bigcirc \hspace{-1.3em} \int \hspace{-.8em} \int. I'm not comfortable with the magic numbers (which only works for displaymath anyway), so

How to typeset closed multidimensional integral signs with MathJax such that it renders correctly in either math mode?

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This question seems to be more about MathJaX itself than about TeX. Although the input syntax of MathJaX is inspired by TeX, the underlying engine is not TeX and so expertise in TeX is not often of much use in solving MathJaX problems. What you could ask is: "I want to use \oiint in MathJaX but it doesn't have the right symbol, so I'm looking for ideas as to how to fake it. Suppose you didn't have that symbol available in TeX but only (say) the AMSMath symbols. How would you build \oiint so that it worked in both display and inline maths?" – Andrew Stacey Nov 7 '12 at 10:14
Please notice that MathJaX is not TeX (it only uses TeX-like syntax), and questions directly about MathJaX are therefore off-topic here. – tohecz Nov 7 '12 at 10:14
This was asked (and answered) on the mathjax list the other day \mathop{\unicode{x222F}} – David Carlisle Nov 7 '12 at 10:40
@DavidCarlisle Great, thanks. For other integrals see here, e.g. ∰ = \mathop{\unicode{x2230}} – Tobias Kienzler Nov 7 '12 at 11:01
related: which package for \oiint symbol -> esint – Tobias Kienzler Mar 20 at 8:37

## closed as off topic by tohecz, Seamus, egreg, lockstep, David CarlisleNov 7 '12 at 10:58

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