To do calculus limits in Latex, the way many prefer, it is necessary

to enter something called 'displaymode' by surrounding your

Latex code with \[ and \] if I'm not mistaken.

This doesn't work in PGML since [` and `] are already

used to enter Latex code.

I tried something like [` \[\lim \] `] but that doesn't work.

### Anyway to enter Latex "displaymode" in PGML for limit notation?

by Christian Seberino -
In reply to Christian Seberino
Saturday, 15 December 2012, 9:41 PM

### Re: Anyway to enter Latex "displaymode" in PGML for limit notation?

by D. Brian Walton -
Can you add the command \displaystyle as soon as you enter math mode to remain in the inline mode?

D. Brian Walton

D. Brian Walton

In reply to D. Brian Walton
Sunday, 16 December 2012, 12:28 AM

### Re: Anyway to enter Latex "displaymode" in PGML for limit notation?

by Christian Seberino -
Yes thanks that worked. I was trying \displaymode when I should

have been trying \displaystyle.

cs

have been trying \displaystyle.

cs

In reply to Christian Seberino
Wednesday, 20 February 2013, 1:34 PM

### Re: Anyway to enter Latex "displaymode" in PGML for limit notation?

by Davide Cervone -
The

`[`...`]`

delimiters are for in-line TeX. If you want displaymode TeX, use `[``...``]`

instead.