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Re: Modules

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Thu, 18 Jun 1998 04:37:30 +0100

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 > Then the command \math/ as it is defined here parses its argument too see > if it is a command or a submodule: If it is a command (no slash in it), > then it merely executes it. So \math/{phi} executes \math/phi, etc. But in > the submodule case (a slash in the name), \math/{symbol/phi} translates > into \math/symbol/{phi}; it is then up to the submodule command > \math/symbol/ to decide how to react. Does this really mean I'll have to say "\math/phi" every time I want a \phi ?