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Perhaps this is not the good place to ask this question. In order to write a scientific paper, I would like to use the symbol $\rightsquigarrow$ (works also with $\leadsto$ which has a clearer meaning, but not so much for me...)

I'm wondering about the usual meaning and use of this symbol.

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  • Thanks in advance to (eventually) put this question in the right place if it doesn't fit here. – FraSchelle Feb 18 '14 at 12:15
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    you should try Math.SE – percusse Feb 18 '14 at 12:18
  • @percuse Done ! It's there : math.stackexchange.com/questions/680786 but the tag are stupid, since there is no latex nor ams math tag there. Thanks for the advise. – FraSchelle Feb 18 '14 at 12:28
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That is the symbol for "the next step is" as explained here (last sentence of the section), and seems to be a (not so common) replacement for => in A => B => C

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