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I'm using David Carlisle's stylesheet to convert MathML to LaTeX. The stylesheet does a phenomenal job for converting even very complex MathML into LaTeX. But I'm having trouble displaying following two symbols correctly:

  1. degree
  2. approximately equal to

I tried adding following two entries into his pmml-new.sty file which sets up a mechanism to declare behaviour for unicode characters but leaves most undefined. But I'm getting different results (displays). Question: How I can make the display right?

Remark: I'm using MikTeX on Windows 10

Entries that I added to pmml-new.sty file:

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\@namedef{uc176}{\circ}
\@namedef{uc8776}{\asymp}

Examples

\@namedef{uc176}{\circ} displays degree in the text enter image description here as enter image description here.

And \@namedef{uc8776}{\asymp} displays approximately equal to in the text enter image description here as enter image description here

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  • After reading the first sentence, somehow I knew the second sentence was going to start with "But" :-) Sep 18, 2019 at 6:44
  • @DavidCarlisle Agreed. Actually my second sentence should have been: But (to my own fault) I'm having trouble..... - as it turned out (from your solution below) that indeed was the case. Your suggestion/solution worked.
    – nam
    Sep 18, 2019 at 15:50

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\circ is a centred circle for degree you want ^{\circ} and you want\approx for U+2248.

In general these days it might be easier to use pmml-new but with a TeX setup using luatex or xetex and unicode-math then the majority of math related unicode characters could be just sent straight through to TeX and would do the right thing automatically.

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