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I am using bold characters u,v,w,x in math mode. Is there a way to make a new command for that? Now I always have to type \bm{u}.

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    What about \newcommand{\bu}{\bm{u}}
    – Guido
    Nov 17, 2012 at 17:46

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You can go

\bmdefine\bu{u}

then use \bu instead of \bm{u} this is a bit quicker than using \bm every time as it only has to work out the corresponding bold font once. (That wouldn't be the case if you used \newcommand\bu{\bm{u}} which would expand to doing \bm every tine.

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This is what I have :

\def\,#1{\mathbf{#1}}

When I want to type a bold character I just write

\,u
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    probably not a good idea to redefine \, -- that is the existing convention for a thin space, in both plain tex and latex. Nov 17, 2012 at 18:00

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