[texhax] parts per mil

W.J. Metzger wesley.metzger at cern.ch
Fri Jun 15 10:42:03 CEST 2007

On Fri, 2007-06-15 at 07:58, Patrick Baker wrote:
> Hi there, I've looked high and low for this but can't seem to find it. 
> How do you get parts per mil notation in LaTeX? (Where ppm is similar to 
> a % but with two little zeros on the bottom of the fraction). Any help 
> would be much appreciated. Cheers, Patrick
> ______________________________________________________________________
The Comprehensive LaTeX Symbol List


is a good place to look for a symbol.  There you will find, e.g., that
\permil \perthousand \tcperthousand \textperthousand are defined, all in
different packages.

Cheers, Wes
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