[texhax] Index of Notations

wenhuo hu huwenhuo at gmail.com
Sat Jun 2 18:18:02 CEST 2012

Not sure which function you are looking for. Just a remind latex itself has
function to make index if that is what you need.

 On Jun 2, 2012 11:40 AM, "Fernando Gouvea" <fqgouvea at colby.edu> wrote:

> I'm writing a mathematics book and have been asked to provide an index of
> notations. This would presumably have all the notations used in the book,
> with definitions, so it might be more like a glossary than an index, though
> of course if it's possible to include a reference to a page where the
> notation is defined that might be added value.
> A quick browse on CTAN didn't reveal any packages specifically written for
> this purpose. Not wanting to reinvent the wheel, I thought I would ask if
> anyone has done this.
> Fernando
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