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Add keys to table (with picture and code) [duplicate]

As you see in the red part of the picture, I would like to add keys to explain what the brackets stand for. I just added this with paint, but is there a way to do this in tex? Also, are there nicer ...
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Can spaces at the beginning of a line ever cause problems?

To structure my sourcecode, I often use spaces for padding: \newcommand{\st}[1]{% \begin{tabular}{lr} \emph{Student} & \emph{Score}\\ #1 \end{tabular}% } Can this ever cause ...
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\varepsilon vs. \epsilon

I cannot remember anyone writing the letter epsilon in any other way than \varepsilon in any math class; but in LaTeX \epsilon and \varepsilon are different symbols. Do anyone of you know why there ...
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The meaning of the percent sign in LaTeX coding [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: What is the use of percent signs (%) at the end of lines? I know that % is commonly used to uncomment parts of the code, but recently I read that there is another use ...
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How to use symbols such as \delta and \lambda

I'm trying to use symbols such as \lambda and \delta but for some reason it's not compiling. I've reproduced the problem in the following code: \documentclass[12pt,a4paper,oneside]{article} ...
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Logical “and” character in TeX

I'm trying to write a logical syllogism in the form of ((a -> b) & (c -> a)) -> (c -> b). But I don't know how to write Logical And character. It's something like caret character (^), but not as a ...
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What is the use of percent signs (%) at the end of lines?

I see that the code in many packages and examples contains percent signs % at the end of (many) lines. What are they used for? Do they affect the parsing of those lines?
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How to escape the & (ampersand) character in BibTeX?

I would like to put a & character in a BibTeX publisher tag. Thus far I have tried: \& {&} {\&} "&" with the full value enclosed in curly braces and double quotes. No matter ...