[texhax] Double closed integral

Steve Schwartz s.j.schwartz at qmul.ac.uk
Thu Sep 2 17:19:02 CEST 2004

According to the Comprehensive LaTeX Symbol List (which you can find on
at http://www.ctan.org/tex-archive/info/symbols/comprehensive/ ), there

\oiint in the wasysym package
\oiint in the mathabx package
\oiint in the txfonts / pxfonts package, together with \oiintclockwise
and a whole host of variants.



\oiint  dx dy

should work. If you don't like these, here's a kludge I've used for
years (but it doesn't scale in size with it's argument quite the way the
above are advertised to do)

\def\ess{\textsl S}

Happy integrating...

On Thu, 2004-09-02 at 14:31, Kotya Karapetyan wrote:
> Hello all!
> Can anyone help with typing the double closed integral
> sign? I've found the solution by Donald Arseneau (based on drawing an
> oval), but I cannot say I like it very much. Anything else?
> TIA,
> Kotya.
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