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<blockquote> Many markup symbols come in pairs, e.g. $BBOLD and $EBOLD ('begin bold' and 'end bold') is used to bracket a section of text which is to be rendered in boldface type.<br /><br /> * The codes for displaying mathematics (<code>$BM</code> begin math, <code>$EM</code> end math, <code>$BDM</code> begin display math and <code>$EDM</code> end display math) are used in the macros "EV2" and "EV3" and some old demonstration problems, however it is better to use the constructions borrowed from LaTeX <code>\( ...math mode here ...\)</code> or <code>\[ ... display math on separate line mode ...\]</code> for mathematics which is in a <code>BEGIN_TEXT/END_TEXT</code> block, or which is processed by "EV3". <br /><br /> * Within the math modes, the latex codes for less than (&lt;), or less than or equal (backslash le) can be used instead of the more cumbersome <code>$LE</code> or <code>$LGE</code>. Similarly for other mathematical symbols. <br /> If you reassign the value of <code>$PAR</code> or other variables in this section you will probably get the trouble you deserve, although unfortunately I can't guarantee it. Fortunately the macro <code>PAR() </code>is a bit harder to redefine.</blockquote>
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<blockquote> Many markup symbols come in pairs, e.g. $BBOLD and $EBOLD ('begin bold' and 'end bold') is used to bracket a section of text which is to be rendered in boldface type.<br /><br /> * The codes for displaying mathematics (<code>$BM</code> begin math, <code>$EM</code> end math, <code>$BDM</code> begin display math and <code>$EDM</code> end display math) are used in the macros "EV2" and "EV3" and some old demonstration problems, however it is better to use the constructions borrowed from LaTeX \( ...math mode here ...\) or \[ ... display math on separate line mode ...\] for mathematics which is in a <code>BEGIN_TEXT/END_TEXT</code> block, or which is processed by "EV3". <br /><br /> * Within the math modes, the latex codes for less than (&lt;), or less than or equal (backslash le) can be used instead of the more cumbersome <code>$LE</code> or <code>$LGE</code>. Similarly for other mathematical symbols. <br /> If you reassign the value of <code>$PAR</code> or other variables in this section you will probably get the trouble you deserve, although unfortunately I can't guarantee it. Fortunately the macro <code>PAR() </code>is a bit harder to redefine.</blockquote>
   
 
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