{brackets} is about different brackets, their usage and functionality in (La)TeX.

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How can I remove rectangular brackets around definition optional title?

I am fairly new to latex, so i am using a "base" i got, to write my thesis in. At the beginning of the tex file, the following lines are placed, to define theorems and definitons: ...
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Polymer structure in PPCHTEX - how to make big brackets?

I'm trying to draw polymer structure using PPCHTEX under ConTeXt packages, my current code is \starttext \startformula \setupchemical[scale=small,width=fit] \startchemical ...
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AUCTeX folding and square brackets in math mode

I want to use the folding functionality of AUCTeX, mainly to replace math macros with the corresponding symbols. But at the same time I want to continue to use square or curly brackets additionally to ...
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\none syntax gives errors

I am writing a differential equation in align* environment, which works fine unless I use \left \none syntax. Below I paste two code with and without \none. \begin{align*} \int_{\Omega_\omega} ...
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A method of distinguishing Iverson from other brackets?

Is there a common idiom or method for distinguishing Iverson brackets from "normal" brackets? In all examples I've seen, simple braces [...] are used for both; but in complex expressions, this can ...
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Labeling multiple incoming/outcoming groups of lines in feynmp?

I'm trying to label multiple groups of incoming and outgoing lines using feynmp. I already managed to put brackets around the lines, but they aren't properly aligned. Is there a way to place the ...
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How to write KILE MACRO that italicizes the string within the bracket

How to write KILE MACRO that italicizes the string within the bracket? How to write macro to do these? 1) type ( and ) 2) then go backward one space, to reach between the brackets 3) type SHIFT ALT ...