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How do I learn LaTeX code? Like How do I know it?? :D

LaTeX Practicing! :)
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Have you checked out any of the latex tutorials in this section?
There are tutorials? O.O NO I HAVEN'T....... :/

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OH THANK YOU!! :D
I'll go through it ! :D
you're welcome If something isn't clear after reading it, ask it and i'll explain :)
I'll msg you?
No just post it here. You can also practice here.
Okay thanks! :)
[latex]\vec{AB}[/latex]
\[\vec{A}]\
\[\vec{A}\]
NAILED IT.... B|
Better use ( ) instead of [ ] You can use latex inline then, for example, when i use `\[\vec{A}\]`, it will be on the next line: \[\vec{A}\] when i use `\(\vec{A}\)`, it will be on the same line: \(\vec{A}\)
OH COOL! THANKS! :)
\[A=\begin{bmatrix} a_{11} &a_{12} \\ a_{21} &a_{22} \\ \end{bmatrix} \] Great way to see and edit the more advanced math parts: http://www.codecogs.com/eqneditor But thomaster's and SnuggieLad's tutorials are better for seeing how to use it creativly in posts and cover all the basic math.
\(\det(A)\implies \begin{vmatrix} \bbox[1px,lightblue,border:1px solid black]a&\bbox[lightgreen,1px,border:1px solid black]b\\ \bbox[yellow,1px,border:1px solid black]c&\bbox[pink,1px,border:1px solid black]d \end{vmatrix} = \bbox[1px,lightblue,border:1px solid black]{a}\cdot \bbox[pink,1px,border:1px solid black]d -\bbox[yellow,1px,border:1px solid black]c \cdot\bbox[lightgreen,1px,border:1px solid black]b\)
\(\Huge\uparrow\sf show-off~:p~\uparrow\)
@Akashdeepdeb \(\cal\Huge\color{magenta}{Hows~it~going?}\)
@thomaster No, no. \(\bbox[1px,lightblue,border:1px solid black]{a}\cdot \bbox[pink,1px,border:1px solid black]d -\bbox[yellow,1px,border:1px solid black]c \cdot\bbox[lightgreen,1px,border:1px solid black]b\), not \(\sf show-off\) Now, if you go this way: \(\left|\begin{smallmatrix} \sf sh&\sf f^2\\ \sf o & \sf ow \end{smallmatrix}\right|\) you can get that.
Haha I was just kidding :P
\[\huge \color{green}{Am I Doing This Right?}\]
You forgot to get spaces in there. Use the \text{} tag OR manually add spaces with ~.
\(\bf Hello~there!\)
`hello`
\[\LaTeX\] Is this \(\LaTeX\) logo right? :P
Yes.

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