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June 15th, 2017, 04:42 AM   #1
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Quick LaTeX

Is there something like a quick button to insert latex code while I post a comment?
Or should I know them and type it myself?
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This is a pretty decent cheatsheet.

You can always Google whatever you're looking for ("latex underline" or "latex Greek letters" or "latex fractions" or whatever) and you'll always end up with good links. After a while you'll start to remember things.

There's a stackexchange site where the experts discuss the fine points, of which there are many.

And this is a great online editor where you can try out complex expressions to see if they're right.

Also you can look around the forum for posts containing markup and Quote them to see how they're done.
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I have been using codecogs, its really great. But learning those code myself seems to be a better idea
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I have been using codecogs, its really great. But learning those code myself seems to be a better idea
it takes 1/2 hr to learn 95% of what you'll use

the rest you can learn from quoting things and examining the code as you need to.
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