MirOS Manual: eqnchar(7)


EQNCHAR(7)          UNIX Programmer's Manual           EQNCHAR(7)

NAME

     eqnchar - special character definitions for eqn

SYNOPSIS

     eqn /usr/share/misc/eqnchar [ files ] | troff [ options ]

     neqn /usr/pub/eqnchar [ files ] | nroff [ options ]

DESCRIPTION

     Eqnchar contains troff and nroff character definitions for
     constructing characters that are not available on the
     Graphic Systems typesetter. These definitions are primarily
     intended for use with eqn and neqn. It contains definitions
     for the following characters

     ciplus    +           ||        ||         square    []
     citimes   x           langle    <          circle    O
     wig       ~           rangle    >          blot      IX
     -wig      -           hbar      -          bullet    xe
     >wig      >           ppd       |          prop      oc
     <wig      <           <->       <-->       empty     /
     =wig      =̅           <=>       <=>        member    -
     star      *           |<        |          nomem     -/
     bigstar   |.           |>        >          cup       U
     =dot      =           ang       _          cap       _)_
     orsign    \/          rang      L          incl      _C
     andsign   /\          3dot      ..
               _\_                               subset    (=
     =del      =           thf       ..         supset    =)
     oppA      -           quarter   1/4        !subset   (_=
     oppE      /o           3quarter  3/4        !supset   _)
     angstrom  A           degree    o

FILES

     /usr/pub/eqnchar

SEE ALSO

     troff(1), eqn(1)

MirOS BSD #10-current     May 20, 1985                          1

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