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Languages: Java, Perl, SQLite/MySQL, Python, PHP, some C++
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TeX/LaTeX: LaTeX, Tikz/pgf, XeLaTeX


Nov
11
asked Extending arrows with overset text
Nov
9
comment Table of Equations
Completely acceptable, cheers, that's a tangential question that's nice to have answered.
Nov
9
comment Table of Equations
Not to be absurd, but it'd be nice to know how to do all three! :)
Nov
6
awarded  Nice Question
Nov
5
asked Table of Equations
Nov
1
comment Typesetting of negative versus minus?
thank you. This works exactly as I would expect it to. Cheers.
Nov
1
revised Typesetting of negative versus minus?
added 283 characters in body; added 75 characters in body
Nov
1
comment Typesetting of negative versus minus?
@Seamus, see the edit. I believe this is in fact what sparked my memory, I can't seem to find any similar notations in my piles of math books, but it makes sense why they did what they did. Antal S-Z below in a comment linked this photo and it seems to be what was driving my memory of that.
Nov
1
comment Typesetting of negative versus minus?
@All, thinking of it, my TI-84+ may be precisely what sparked my memory.
Oct
31
asked Typesetting of negative versus minus?
Oct
31
comment Same height for list of comma-separated vectors
I'm assuming this was typed up without too much work, but for the sake of the OP, might use \left\{ and \right\} to have the braces encompass the vectors, and use \text{span} to have it typeset properly. At least that's the way my linear algebra professor does it.
Oct
30
accepted Tikz/Pgf if statements
Oct
27
asked Tikz/Pgf if statements
Oct
10
accepted header spacing trouble
Sep
12
comment Compiling documents online
They really should. I considered hosting one for my own personal use, then realised what a wretched, massive security hole it would be and decided against it.
Sep
12
asked header spacing trouble
Aug
5
awarded  Critic
Aug
5
accepted Best documentclass for class notes
Aug
4
awarded  Nice Answer
Aug
4
comment What professions use TeX/LaTeX besides CS?
Yes, definitely.