[texhax] h-cross in plain TeX?
D. R. Evans
doc.evans at gmail.com
Tue Mar 16 04:25:37 CET 2010
In plain TeX, what is the preferred method for obtaining the glyph for the
math italic h-cross (the unicode character U+210F, as rather nicely
Plain TeX has an \hbar in which the "h" part of the glyph is nice, but the
stroke is horizontal instead of slanted lower left to upper right. [See
page 435 of the TeXBook.]
I googled, but much to my surprise couldn't find anything :-(
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