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from zarkon: use \( instead of \[ and you can type latex inline

LaTeX Practicing! :)
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means? Sir I didn't understand what do u want to say? Can u give an example??
Yeah he was telling the same thing I told jitesh
Hello I am \(Parth\).

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^ can you type it like this?
No
You enclose them in these brackets \(
and \)
I mean you have to enclose them with \( and \.) <--- remove the dot
not get
Waise aap kaise likhte ho? \[ aur \.] isse?
Oh! Thanx \(Parth\)
Yeh baat :D
Pakad liya mene yea
:D sahi sahi :D :D
xD
Tum itne hoshiyar kaise bane \(Parth\)
lol aise hi, \(\textbf{Viper ji}\). :P
ye mat kahna ki mein ek nadan bachha hun.
lol mera dialogue
\(Thanx\)
\(\Huge{\color{red}{Hello}}\)
haha I also got this \(\LARGE{Parth \space Ji}\) ;)

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