• anonymous
LaTeX: Is there a macro for the curly inequality (like the ones used to represent partial orders)?
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  • schrodinger
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  • farmdawgnation
I believe there is, but I'm not sure our system supports it. Are you talking about \llcurly et al? Here's the definitive list:
  • shadowfiend
Try nprec, npreceq, nsucc, and nsucceq for a start: \[\nprec \npreceq \nsucc \nsucceq\]
  • anonymous
first of all, I forgot to note that need this for a latex compiler (as in typing up a latex document to be converted to pdf), not for openstudy. the thing is that I want \preccurlyeq, but my latex compiler (TeXnicCenter) doesn't seem to recognize it. I ended up using \preceq instead. Thanks to everyone still, though :D

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