Basically I've created a math theorem called definition

At header of the document, declared as


Now i've laid out some text and stuff

basically what I have inside my document is

text here ..
  Complex Numbers
More text

What it looks like:

Definition 1.1. Complex Numbers

More text

What I want it to look like

Definition 1.1. Complex Numbers More text

Any suggestions?

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  • by tradition, a theorem always stands alone. so the \end{defi} will always break to a new line/paragraph. if you really want to just continue in the same "block" but with a different type style, before "more text" insert \rmfamily. not recommended, but it should give the result you ask for. – barbara beeton Mar 20 '16 at 20:22
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    isn't the "more text" part of the definition? in which case it should be before the \end{defi} intended use is \begin{defi} [Complex Numbers] more text \end{defi} – David Carlisle Mar 20 '16 at 20:38
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    what does amsmath have to do with this? (i've removed that tag; amsthm may be relevant, but without code saying what theorem conventions you're using, that's inconclusive.) – barbara beeton Apr 21 '16 at 20:28

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