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testing jsMath

testing jsMath

by Michael Gage -
Number of replies: 2

$\int x^2 dx $
[math] $\int x^2 dx $ [/math]

$$ \int x^2 dx $$

\( \int x^2 dx \)

\[ \int x^2 dx \]

In reply to Michael Gage

Re: testing jsMath

by Davide Cervone -
In-line: [math]\sum_{n=0}^\infty a_n[/math].

[dmath]\sum_{n=0}^\infty a_n[/dmath]
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Re: testing jsMath

by Michael Gage -
Thank you Davide. I had completely forgotten that we had changed the jsMath delimiters to [math]...[/math]
For the record. Here is the final post of the discussion at:

As of last week, the jsMath delimiters are [math]...[/math] for inline math, and [dmath]...[/dmath] for display math. For example:

Consider the expression [math]\int_0^\pi \frac{1}{x^2+1} \, ds[/math].Consider the following expression: [dmath]\int_0^\pi \frac{1}{x^2+1} \, ds[/dmath]
Consider the expression [math]\int_0^\pi \frac{1}{x^2+1} \, ds[/math].
Consider the expression: [dmath]\int_0^\pi \frac{1}{x^2+1} \, ds[/dmath]

To cause jsMath to ignore a [math]...[/math] or [dmath]...[/dmath] section, enclose the section in an HTML element with class tex2math_ignore. This can be a <div> or a <span> or whatever you like. jsMath always ignores delimiters that occur within <pre> tags.

(Edited by Michael Gage - original submission Monday, 23 April 2007, 11:31 AM)

(Edited by Davide Cervone - original submission Friday, 29 June 2007, 11:19 AM)