[texhax] Math notation

Lars Madsen daleif at imf.au.dk
Wed May 10 22:58:08 CEST 2006

> I had not been aware that there is an ISO Standard.  Thanks for the
> hint.
> The \textrm{d}x notation is used in Germany for decades.  There are
> *very* few exceptions.  However I've *never* seen this notation in any
> book written in English.
> Lars, maybe it looks annatural for you because you are not accustomed
> to it (yet).  To me, the American notation looks unnatural.

so it's acultural thing then

since it's not widely used here, I do not promote the notation in my LaTeX 


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