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comment How to put symbols of equal size on top of each other?
Thanks egreg. I just realized: if one of the symbols is much wider than the other, they will not be vertically aligned anymore. Is there a way to get them automatically vertically aligned?
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comment How to put symbols of equal size on top of each other?
excellent, not it works. There was a spurious space between the # and the 3 when it appeared for the second time.
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comment How to put symbols of equal size on top of each other?
Hi, using this, I obtain Illegal parameter number in definition of \ou. Does it work for you?
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comment How to put symbols of equal size on top of each other?
I tried to adapt it (with a 3rd argument for the space): \newcommand*{\ou}[3]{\mathrel{{\ooalign{\hss\raisebox{#3}{#1}\hss\cr\raisebox{-‌​{#3}}{#2}}}}} and then called it with a\ou{>}{<}{0.5ex}0. Do you know how to get the 'negative sign' to work correctly? One could probably define a length and then set the corresponding negative length correctly, but that seems a bit tedious.
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comment How to put symbols of equal size on top of each other?
Hi Gonzalo, thanks for helping. Do you think this can be adapted to any symbols in math mode, not just > and <?
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comment How to compute the difference between two time points (e.g., 11:30 am and 01:20 pm => 110 min)?
Thanks, works :-)
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comment How to compute the difference between two time points (e.g., 11:30 am and 01:20 pm => 110 min)?
Hi David, I just realized that \begin{tbl}{Duration}{12:30 pm}{03:00 pm} gives -570 minutes instead of 150. Do you know a fix for that?
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comment How to compute the difference between two time points (e.g., 11:30 am and 01:20 pm => 110 min)?
okay, works great in my actual example. Thanks a lot for helping, David.