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LaTeX: Is there a macro for the curly inequality (like the ones used to represent partial orders)?

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are you asking for a latex code? can you draw what the thing looks like?
|dw:1340774266724:dw|
is it \(\le\)?

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That's \le
nope, a curly version of that
What do you mean by curly? D:
curly girly version? whazzat?? :O
does a symbol like that exist?
|dw:1340774404814:dw| This^? Nope -.-
in wikipedia it's \preccurlyeq, but it doesn't work on my latex compiler
\(\preccurlyeq\)?
\(\preccurlyeq\)?
Derp.
type in the equation editor \preccurlyeq
Simply type \~(\preccurlyeq\) but without the ~
Oh i see, well, I guess... it's not in the system here. a lot of other commands which the admins think unnecessary are not included/whatever.
@zepp that's what i'm looking for
where do they use that symbol?
\(\preccurlyeq\) ---> not working.
aaah it worked - *poker-faced*
WOOOOOOOOOHOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!
@apoorvk http://puu.sh/CsBF
:P
@abb50: partial order relations. I'm in a discrete math course. i'll try compiling it in latex again
@zepp http://media.tumblr.com/tumblr_lqnxrk6ERg1qhfn6b.jpg '__'
xD
I'm getting an error "undefined control sequence" when I type "We first show that $(S,\preccurlyeq)$ is a poset:" I use TeXnicCenter by the way
\((s, \preccurlyeq)\)?
yes.
\~((S, \preccurlyeq)\) there, once again, without ~
do I put that between dollar signs? remove the dollar signs as well? either way I'm still getting errors..
\($(S,\preccurlyeq)$\) Like this?
\~($(S,\preccurlyeq)$\) without ~
not working out, sorry..
That's strange :|
http://puu.sh/DYxG
if I put a regular inequality sign it works fine though.. it's like my compiler doesn't recognize the macro for the curly inequality..
It doesn't work on OpenStudy?
no, in my compiler, TeXnicCenter.
I can't help you then D: Don't know what it is :(
That's alright.. thanks anyway.
Ok good :)
got it, i typed /preceq instead..
\(\preceq\) Lol :)
either one is fine.. i would have liked \preccurleq better though lol
They look quite similar, except the bar underneath :P
yeah. as long as it's curly i guess lol. i just don't want it to look like a regular inequality. haha

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