[Tugindia] figure problem

Harish Kumar Holla harishkumarholla at pec.edu
Thu Jun 30 06:34:26 CEST 2011

\begin{figure}[h] = Put the figure *HERE* (where you are writing
\begin{figure}, and LaTeX has some freedom to adjust depending upon the page
structure. [h!] means put the figure *HERE* without worring about anything
else and you are asking LaTeX not to adjust.
Similarly [t] = top of the page, [b] = bottom of the figure and [p] = in a
new page containing only floats. Hope this is clear.

On Thu, Jun 30, 2011 at 1:58 AM, jaspreet kaur <jaspritsarao at gmail.com>wrote:

> hello
> can anybody tell me what is the meaning of 'h'
> in the following command
> \begin{figure}[h]
> Also [h!]
> And what is the difference between [h] and [h!]
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Dr. Harish Kumar
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