[texhax] Style

PR Stanley prstanley at ntlworld.com
Sat Jul 19 14:52:01 CEST 2008

Okay, what about the use of the various \math?? macros - e.g. square n = n^2
How would you typeset that? What would you do with square and n? 
Perhaps something like $\mathrm{square}\mathrm{n} = n^2$
It's those decisions I'm not sure about.
Many thanks
At 13:21 19/07/2008, you wrote:
>On Sat, 19 Jul 2008 10:41:07 +0100, PR Stanley (prstanley at ntlworld.com) wrote:
> > For example, is there a mathematics
> > equivalent of the Harvard system for typesetting essays? It's that
> > sort of thing I'm after.
>None that I know of, but as a matter of fact, there isn't much freedom
>in mathematics typesetting. Regarding spacing, Latex does a really
>good job, and one should not have to change anything. (One exception
>is the eqnarray environment, which shouldn't be used, anyway.)
>The only thing that I can think of is with regard to formulas that
>must be split in several lines, which can be typeset in a number of
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