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#### (La)TeX math -> fixed width text

Hello ctt,

I was playing around with Unicode and I made a HTML page with some
mathematical expressions using fixed-width characters:

http://wiki.auf-trag.de/textmath.html

Is there a program that would make something like that automatically
from LaTeX math code?

(I know it's ugly, I'm just asking out of curiosity)

Regards,
Stephan

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Stephan Walter wrote:
> Hello ctt,
>
> I was playing around with Unicode and I made a HTML page with some
> mathematical expressions using fixed-width characters:
>
> http://wiki.auf-trag.de/textmath.html
>
> Is there a program that would make something like that automatically
> from LaTeX math code?

Yes tth
http://hutchinson.belmont.ma.us/tth/

check out the -u switch if you really want unicode.

Ian Hutchinson.


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5/22/2004 2:35:25 AM

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