scorpan at gmail.com
Fri Jun 23 05:50:57 CEST 2006
> Your example below works fine. (although you have
> no $ ... $ therein.)
Well, \[ ... \] is equivalent to $$ ... $$ with some extra checking
On the other hand, indeed, in your example something weird is
happening, but you mischaracterized the problem by saying that LaTeX
disabled \tt in math mode.
As for dvips, I never use it myself, so my solution is an escape:
use pdflatex to get pdf directly from your code.
Indeed, why don't you use pdflatex, if I may ask?
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