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== LaTeX Multiple Curly Brackets ==
 
== LaTeX Multiple Curly Brackets ==
Two or more consecutive curly brackets cannot be used in templates as they are used internally to denote template beginning or ending. You can replace curly brackets with <code>&amp;#123;</code> (<code>{</code>) and <code>&amp;#125;</code> (<code>}</code>) to solve this problem. For better readability you should just replace as many brackets necessary to ensure that not two normal curly brackets are used next to each other.
 
 
{{example|1=Not working: <math>{{x^2}}</math>}}
 
{{example|1=Not working: <math>{{x^2}}</math>}}
 
{{example|1=Working: <math>&#123;&#123;x^2&#125;&#125;</math>}}
 
{{example|1=Working: <math>&#123;&#123;x^2&#125;&#125;</math>}}

Revision as of 10:03, 12 August 2011

JavaScript

<script type="text/javascript"> document.write("Hello World!") </script> <noscript>HTML code here..</noscript>

Keyboard Shortcuts

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Example Formatting

Example: Create three points A, B, and C to explore the effects of the corner points.
  • Set point A as the first and point B as the second corner of your image. By dragging points A and B in mode_move_32 Move mode you can explore their influence.
  • Now, remove point B as the second corner of the image. Set point A as the first and point C as the fourth corner and explore how dragging the points now influences the image.
  • Finally, you may set all three corner points and see how dragging the points distorts your image.

Step example

2 Usage of the Sequence[] command

LaTeX Inclusion

  1. Tag: x^2
  2. Inline: x^2
  3. Block: \[ x^2 \]

LaTeX Multiple Curly Brackets

Example: Not working: {{x^2}}
Example: Working: {{x^2}}
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