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## [AUCTeX] Entering maths

**From**: |
Denis Bitouzé |

**Subject**: |
[AUCTeX] Entering maths |

**Date**: |
Tue, 13 Jun 2017 12:51:14 +0200 |

**User-agent**: |
Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/25.1 (gnu/linux) |

Hi,
does AUCTeX provide something making life easier for inline-math
expressions (`|' standing for the cursor position):
- `\(|\)',
- `$|$' (OK, it's easy to type two dollar signs and go back to write the
expression between the dollar signs, but would be better if done by
a shortcut)?
In the same vein, I know constructing display-math expressions with
`\[...\]':
- has some drawbacks if `amsmath' is not loaded,
- is synonym to `\begin{equation*}...\end{equation*}' if `amsmath' is
loaded,
but does AUCTeX provide something for `\[|\]'?
All the best.
--
Denis

**[AUCTeX] Entering maths**,
*Denis Bitouzé* **<=**
**Re: [AUCTeX] Entering maths**, *Mosè Giordano*, `2017/06/13`
**Re: [AUCTeX] Entering maths**, *Denis Bitouzé*, `2017/06/13`
**Re: [AUCTeX] Entering maths**, *Mosè Giordano*, `2017/06/13`
**Re: [AUCTeX] Entering maths**, *Denis Bitouzé*, `2017/06/13`
**Re: [AUCTeX] Entering maths**, *gojjoe*, `2017/06/13`
**Re: [AUCTeX] Entering maths**, *Denis Bitouzé*, `2017/06/13`
**Re: [AUCTeX] Entering maths**, *Jean-Jacques Rétorré*, `2017/06/13`
**Re: [AUCTeX] Entering maths**, *gojjoe*, `2017/06/13`
**Re: [AUCTeX] Entering maths**, *Denis Bitouzé*, `2017/06/14`
**Re: [AUCTeX] Entering maths**, *Denis Bitouzé*, `2017/06/14`