[texhax] LaTeX command \leq and \leqslant

Konstantin Karapetyan texnic at photonica.ru
Sun Jan 30 15:07:10 CET 2005

Dear Patric,

I wonder what packages you use. Below is an example which works fine
with my MiKTeX 2.4:

$1 \leqslant 2 \leq 4$


P.S. You probably wanted to say \leq = “less or equal”.

> Dear Ladies and Gentlemen,
> actually the LaTeX command \leq should produce the  "greater or
> equal symbol" where the lower bar of the = sign is horizontal  and
> the command \leqslant should produce a "greater or equal symbol"
> with the  bar for "equal" parallel to the the < symbol. Yet in my
> LaTeX-Files both  commands produce the latter version of the
> "greater or equal symbol". If it is  of importance for the solution
> of the problem: I use Dante's LaTeX  distributionTex-Live.
> If this you are not the right address to pose this  question to,
> could you tell me another contact address or forum  site?
> Thanks a lot for your help. 
> Best regards 
> Patric Gloede


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