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## Re: Lout problem (line break in equations)

**From**: |
Jeff Kingston |

**Subject**: |
Re: Lout problem (line break in equations) |

**Date**: |
Wed, 03 Nov 1999 10:10:24 +1000 |

There are two main ways to prevent line breaks within equations. One
is to enclose the entire equation in @E { } instead of @Eq { }; this
will keep the entire equation on one line, so it should not be a very
long equation. The other is to enclose one part of the equation in
@OneCol, for example
@Eq { dum de dum @OneCol { z minute } de dum }
This will ensure that there are no line breaks within the enclosed part.
Incidentally, @Eq does have a prime symbol; it's defined to be the
same as minute.
Jeff Kingston

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