Monthly Archives: November 2014

Putting a bar or a tilde over a letter in LaTeX

As you are aware, there are commands to put a bar or a tilde over a symbol in math mode in LaTeX. Sometimes, the output doesn’t come out the way some of us might expect or want. Fortunately, there are … Continue reading

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why learn elisp (Emacs Lisp)

This post is the intro module of Living with Emacs Lisp. The goal of this post is to hopefully convince you why you should learn elisp. Readers are assumed to be beginning users of Emacs. (Of course he who does … Continue reading

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Type backslash easily in Emacs AUCTeX

Table of Contents 1. type slash to type backslash 2. use the two commands Writing LaTeX documents seem to require many presses of backslashes and the backslash key is located at awkward place and hard to type in some types … Continue reading

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