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Freshman Graduate Student in Mathematics


Mar
25
comment Changing style of Proof
@barbarabeeton You don't. I just tried, and \qedhere works perfectly with amsthm and the adjustment given by Bruno Le Floch.
Dec
7
accepted How can I get the word “Chapter” to be typeset in chapter headings (scrbook)?
Dec
1
asked How can I get the word “Chapter” to be typeset in chapter headings (scrbook)?
Oct
5
comment What is this symbol called?
I get better results with egreg's method on okular in subscripts. Otherwise, both work fine. Thanks a lot to both.
Oct
5
accepted What is this symbol called?
Oct
5
comment What is this symbol called?
What does \kern-1.7pt do?
Oct
5
asked What is this symbol called?
Sep
22
comment Conflict between amsthm and some other package
This just saved me.
Mar
17
awarded  Critic
Mar
11
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
28
accepted A double line arrow on one side and single line arrow on other side with PGF/TikZ
Feb
28
revised A double line arrow on one side and single line arrow on other side with PGF/TikZ
added 211 characters in body
Feb
28
asked A double line arrow on one side and single line arrow on other side with PGF/TikZ
Feb
26
comment Long Squiggly Arrows in LaTeX
Thanks a lot. The arrows are working really nice!
Feb
20
accepted Long Squiggly Arrows in LaTeX
Feb
20
comment Long Squiggly Arrows in LaTeX
How straightforward will it be to write a script for squiggly arrows that can be used inside math environment without much problems (not having to care about alignment and positioning)? If it can be straightforward, then I can try writing a command for it.
Feb
20
asked Long Squiggly Arrows in LaTeX
Oct
25
awarded  Commentator
Oct
25
comment What makes TeX so easy to write?
This way, while people can write small customizations easily, big customizations can be changed to switch gears and made more maintainable.
Oct
25
comment What makes TeX so easy to write?
@Khaled Honsy: Thanks for your comment! Actually, this is a fact that intrigues me the most. Macro programming is easy for people. And hence, in part, this might be the reason why TeX is so diverse and big now. However, as we know, macro programming is also a bane, and hence, any solution (if any) that would come later, would have to take care of the fact that the users can still program in the macro code and there can be a mechanism to compile it into a more parsable etc code. I was wondering how possible this will be.