I am currently writing an essay for a class in Functional analysis I'm taking. Now in one of the theorems I have it appears as :

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How can I make it so that the number one comes before (Peter-Weyl)? Ideally, I would like the thing to appear as:

Theorem 1 (Peter-Weyl).

How can I do this? In my preamble at the moment I have:

\newtheorem{peterweyl}{Theorem (Peter-Weyl) }
  • Please indicate whether you load the amsthm or the ntheorem package (or if you do neither). – Mico Oct 14 '13 at 14:24
  • I have amsthm. – Ben Lim Oct 14 '13 at 14:25
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    One usually does not do it that way but rather has a thm env that points to wards a Theorem header and then one writes \begin{thm}[Peter-Weyl], then one can have both named and unnamed theorems and the number is adter the heading. – daleif Oct 14 '13 at 14:27
  • @daleif Code to do this? – Ben Lim Oct 14 '13 at 14:28

in the text

\begin{thm}[Peter-Weyl] Blah blah

The [thm] on the proposition is to make them share the number.

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