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Apr
13
comment Exposing a new command for each element of a list
Thanks so much. My fingers will be eternally grateful :)
Apr
13
comment Exposing a new command for each element of a list
That's lovely, thanks! Just to be a pain, is there any way to combine it with the work in tex.stackexchange.com/questions/7992/… to make the upper-casing only apply to the first letter of each variable? So that \lVars{a, b, foo} defines \lA, \lB and \lFoo? I think I need to learn this xparse package!
Apr
13
comment Exposing a new command for each element of a list
@egreg Easily! I've added a rough example of how I'd expect to use it. If it's stupid idea, fair enough, but at the moment, I'm getting verbosity overload in my forumlae (which are rather more complex than my examples).
Aug
20
comment Creating a circled operator which expands into a lozenge
All the answers are wonderful, but I think this pips it for completeness. The only mild annoyance is that the baselines are not lining up identically on otherwise "similarly" sized items (viz. r g b on the bottom line). Thanks muchly!