[texhax] big-O, little-o notation

Philip G. Ratcliffe philipratcliffe at tiscali.it
Sat Jan 10 14:26:31 CET 2004

> Ross Moore's solution
> \providecommand{\OO}[1]{\operatorname{O}\bigl(#1\bigr)}
> with usage
> $\OO{f(n)}$
> is elegant, and has a number of nice features, but is less flexible
> in allowing for really big arguments in a displayed equation.

Well, you could substitute \bigl and \bigr with \left and \right:


Inserting something like \strut between a should also guarantee a slightly
larger pair always.

Cordialmente,  Philip G. Ratcliffe

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