[texhax] \gg in TeX?
hofri at WPI.EDU
Tue Dec 19 05:16:16 CET 2006
Thanks Uwe. That sent me to look again at the file I received. It had
when that was commented out, everything reverted to normal. I suppose it
defines the glyph to a size it is not normally available...
Sorry about the false alarm,
At 03:03 on 12/19/06 Uwe Lück sent:
: At 07:05 18.12.06, Micha Hofri wrote:
: >A friend sent me recently a TeX file (I am a Latex user). I compiled it
: >and found he writes > > whereas what he means is what in Latex you get
: >from \gg. He says the same symbol is supposed to exist in Tex too, but
: >that it does not print anything. I tried, and neither does the Tex on my
: >system, which calls itself epsf.tex, v2.7k <10 July 1997>
: Something seems to be missing here -- when I try \gg
: with the plain TeX format, the \gg works as to be expected.
: -- Uwe.
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