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Using scribble when writing a text containing Boolean expressions it would be
nice to write ‘not(A+B)’ as ‘A+B’ with a bar above it. An expression like
not(not(A)+not(B)) would need bars above the A and the B as well above the
whole. Is this possible? I have found no solution in the
Thanks for your prompt reply.
I’ll first look into Mathjax. It’s on github, so I suppose I can download it
Using head-extra seems straight forward, but I never used it before. I’ll see
I hope it works with the scribble HTML button in DrRacket, for it seems I do
MathML support via the tag is not good.
I suspect the best option is to use Mathjax
I think you use `head-extra` to add the required script tags to your
file. (not done this myself though so I'm not sure how)
FYI: As of Windows 10, you can install a full Linux distro in/on Windows. Here
are the instructions:
> On Jun 16, 2020, at 11:39 AM, Jos Koot wrote:
> Thanks for your prompt reply.
> I’ll first look into Mathjax. It’s on
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Something things in scribble have a `#:style` argument. And most things in
scribble can be contained inside a `nested` or `elem`, to which you could
apply your custom #:style. You can use this as a hook to a custom CSS file,
where you could maybe use "text-decoration: overline;" if that looks
Oh my gosh, I almost forgot about Unicode tricks! (I wish I knew more about
Unicode). Here is a macron: ā. And it seems there's a lot more you can do:
These will work just fine inside a Racket source file.
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