* Giuseppe Bilotta <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> [Jul 05, 2004 12:10]:
> Well, the nath catcodes only apply in math mode, and indeed in
> math mode , will trigger [EMAIL PROTECTED] :)

Hm, not here...

> About \dots: with the nath module, \dots will *in math mode*
> use \cdots in all cases *except* after punctuation (e.g. after
> a comma); indeed, the code
>
> \[
> a=b, \dots c=d \dots
> \]
>
> will give you \ldots in the first case and \cdots in the second
> case. Do you have some example of when it doesn't work?

Your example above renders with \cdots for both \dots.

\usemodule[nath]
\starttext
$a, b, \dots, n$
\[ a=b, \dots c=d \dots \]
\stoptext

The first line is my old test case, the second is yours...both render
with \cdots everywhere.  Totally weird.  I'm using the latest context
from the pragma-ade page.

> [EMAIL PROTECTED] command \string\over }
>  {No more a valid command. Replace {A \over B} with \frac A
>  [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> [EMAIL PROTECTED] command \string\atop }
>  {No more a valid command. Use array [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> [EMAIL PROTECTED] command \string\choose }
>  {No more a valid command. Replace {A \choose B} with \binom A
>  [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Ah, of course...
        nikolai

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