Re: display="block" question

From: David Carlisle <davidc@nag.co.uk>
Date: Fri, 26 Jan 2007 16:56:38 GMT
Message-Id: <200701261656.l0QGuc9x016052@edinburgh.nag.co.uk>



> Are there reasonably easy ways in LaTeX of handling a
> (document-level) end-of-sentence following a displaymath environment?

depends what you mean by "after"

$1=2 \rlap{\quad .}$

does more or less the right thing, but is technically inside the math of
course, exactly the same issue as discussed foe [itex].

similarly to the math suggestion you can do it outside as

\par$$\displaystyle 1=2$$.\par

I think I have seen (and may even have written) a packahe that accepted
markup such as

$1=2$.

that did the right thing (by essentially getting \] to lookahead see the
punctuation and turn itself into \par$$\displaystyle 1=2$$.\par
but the problem with such things is that they are very fragile,
redefining core latex commands tends to break everyone else's packages.

David

Received on Friday, 26 January 2007 16:57:01 UTC

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