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When viewing your own detailed profile it would be nice to have an area where you can practice entering \(\LaTeX\) commands to get more familiar with them.

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before posting a question i always go to other question to view how it looks, lol and most users don't type it, they just use equation editor
I find it easier (and quicker) to just type it up. And like would like to have an area where I can practice various \(\LaTeX\) expressions.
I would suggest just to download some interpreter

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Can't you just practice in a new group called LaTeX practicing?
hmmm - interesting idea myininaya....
I know.
Do you want to set it up or shall I?
I can do it. Whatevers!
Ladies first - as always :-)
It is called LaTeX Practicing! :)
What is Latex?
equation editor shows math stuff with help of latex

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