[OS X TeX] TeXShop 2.09a

Bruno Voisin bvoisin at mac.com
Mon Feb 6 10:52:55 EST 2006

Le 6 févr. 06 à 16:45, Claus Gerhardt a écrit :

> I can't see any complexity, if one stipulates that only the inner $  
> signs are considered, i.e., the search algorithm simply searches  
> from the starting $ sign to next occuring to the right. The user  
> only has to think a bit.

What about (using \text from the amsmath package) $H(t) = 1 \text 
{ for $t > 0$}, 0 \text{ for $t < 0$}$?

I know, that's not clean TeX coding, but such things happens, though.


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