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## [Groff] Integral sign \(is in devdvi

**From**: |
Robert D. Goulding |

**Subject**: |
[Groff] Integral sign \(is in devdvi |

**Date**: |
Mon, 9 Dec 2002 14:10:21 -0500 (EST) |

Why is it that the integral sign comes out as some hacked-looking
glyph in devdvi? If I type
\(is
I get something which is really of no use for mathematical typesetting.
I can get the proper, Computer Modern integral only by first putting
.char \(is \f[EX]\N'90'
But in the font-file EX of devdvi, character 90 *already* has the names
'is' and 'integral'. I cannot find anything in dvi.tmac which redefines
these groff names to some combination of \D escapes - which is what the
default glyph looks like. What's going on here?
Robert.
--
Robert Goulding
Society of Fellows
Joseph Henry House
Princeton NJ 08544

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