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Re: [Orgmode] A Mark-up rule question

From: Xin Shi
Subject: Re: [Orgmode] A Mark-up rule question
Date: Wed, 22 Apr 2009 10:21:30 -0400
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Hi Carsten,

That's great! It would be nice that we document all of this symbols in the manual.

Another question related to the Mark-up:

Is there any way to by pass the "+" mark-up except using space? The reason is that I have a table like this:

| D^{+}\to K^{-}\pi^{+}\pi^{+} | 44120 \plusmn 211 | 43800 \plusmn 210 | +0.7% (+1.5\sigma)|

The above will have several "punch through line". If I use space surround the "+", the output looks not as tight as as one symbol ...

Any suggestions?



Carsten Dominik wrote:

On Apr 22, 2009, at 2:05 AM, Xin wrote:

Hello Experts,

I'm wondering if it's possible to implement some special character for displaying math in HTML in addition to the already well performed greek letter. For example, 35 ± 5 can be written as 35 \pm 5, which in the html correspond to &plusmn, etc. See this page:


That exact table lists ± as the way to write
this symbol, which is why \plusmn does work in Org.
However, since Org is LaTeX based for symbols like this,
I agree that \pm should work, and it will in the future.

The full list of these commands is in org-html-entities,
you are welcome to go through this list and point out omissions.

- Carsten



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