I have to write things like
f(x) = | 0 if x == 1
| 1 otherwise
with the big curly bracket.
It's a common thing and I found in latex is like here
http://www.mathhelpforum.com/math-help/latex-help/59690-left-curly-brace.html
Using \left{ and \begin{gathered}
For some reasons anyway

Le 08 Dec 2009 17:34, andrea a écrit:
I have to write things like
f(x) = | 0 if x == 1
| 1 otherwise
with the big curly bracket.
It's a common thing and I found in latex is like here
http://www.mathhelpforum.com/math-help/latex-help/59690-left-curly-brace.html
Using \left{

[This is OT for this list - comp.text.tex is a better venue. Otoh, the
reference might be useful to some people here - but unless org-mode
content can be added, let's make this the end of the thread. Thanks.]
I don't know anything about the gathered environment, but the standard
solutions are