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answered Writing readable LaTeX
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comment Using 'semilogyaxis' with 'groupplot' in PGFPlots
Thank you :) .. !
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accepted Using 'semilogyaxis' with 'groupplot' in PGFPlots
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asked Using 'semilogyaxis' with 'groupplot' in PGFPlots
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comment Typesetting Right-to-Left math
@Khaled Hosny: This behaviour in Arabic is considered BiDi, and it was actually dictated by the Arabs who first gave feedback on supporting Arabic, because they personally do it this way. I don't believe that this is enough to make it the way. It just adds confusion to people and complication to implementation. If anything, I would at least recommend it being controlled by an option to the package :-)
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comment Typesetting Right-to-Left math
123 = ثلاثة وعشرون ومائة. I can write it in the logical order 3 - 2 - 1.
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comment Typesetting Right-to-Left math
@Khaled Hosny: I am okay with reversing the directions of numbers. Originally, numbers in Arabic are pronounced from the least significant digit first :)
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comment Typesetting Right-to-Left math
@Khaled Hosny: Great! It showed correctly in Emacs. Many thanks :)
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comment Typesetting Right-to-Left math
@Khaled Hosny: Thanks for the effort :) One question though, it appears from the examples is that I still have to write my equations in the source in a reversed way (0 = b, not b = 0), right ? I know this is irrelevant to rendering, but is there a way to make it right ?
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comment Typesetting Right-to-Left math
@Karl Karlsson: I have seen an Arabic summation operator, composed of the first two characters of the word "total" in Arabic, namely "مج". That was in my Statistics course in High School. There are Arabic letters for differentials as well. However I've never seen an Arabic counter part for the Integral operator.
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comment Typesetting Right-to-Left math
@Khaled Hosny: This is great news :) ! I am not in a hurry and I'll be most eagerly looking forward for your reply :)