[texhax] Isthis a bug in LaTex?

Herbert Gintis hgintis at comcast.net
Thu Sep 18 07:18:48 CEST 2003

I cannot reproduce this output. Are you sure \G is not some kind of a 
macro, and you wrote \G instead of $G$?


At 11:57 PM 9/17/2003 -0400, Robert Sherry wrote:
>     Please consider the following LaTeX file:
>         \documentclass[a4paper,11pt]{article}
>         \title {Notes}
>         \author{Robert~Sherry}
>         \begin{document}
>         \maketitle
>         \flushleft
>         I claim that a graph G can not have a poor subgraph with only one
>         or two vertices but it can have a poor subgraph
>         with only three vertices. If G is a graph with exactly
>         three vertices and it has a poor subgraph then I claim G is
>         \newline
>         \newline
>         \end{document}
>The problem is the output has a separate line for the words "graph with". I
>do not
>understand why? Have I found a bug?
>                                  Robert Sherry
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