f



unmatched left/right

$\left[yadda yadda$ normal text $\right]$

vs

$\left[yadda yadda \text{ normal text } \right]$

First one is visually correct except missing ] symbol at the end and gives 
errors because of unmatched left/right. (doesn't seem to allow spanding 
across several math modes)

The second doesn't automatically break the text like the first one.

I guess \left and \right measure the height of everything inbetween to set 
the font size? But doesn't span outside a math mode.

Possible, if there are no other valid solutions, to create a new left and 
right's that do this regardless of math mode?

e.g.,
\leftt{1}{[}$yadda yadda$ normal text \rightt{1}{]}

where leftt{1} is paired with \rightt{1} regardless of what happens 
inbetween.


 

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"George Jefferson" <phreon111@gmail.com> wrote in message 
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> $\left[yadda yadda$ normal text $\right]$
>

removing the left and right and just using normal sized brackets gives 
exactly what I want except they are not scaled properly.

$[yadda yadda$ normal text $]$

 

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George
4/9/2010 5:56:03 AM
On 9 dub, 07:56, "George Jefferson" <phreon...@gmail.com> wrote:
> "George Jefferson" <phreon...@gmail.com> wrote in message
>
> news:hpmf75$3fk$1@news.eternal-september.org...
>
> > $\left[yadda yadda$ normal text $\right]$
>
> removing the left and right and just using normal sized brackets gives
> exactly what I want except they are not scaled properly.
>
> $[yadda yadda$ normal text $]$

Or $\left[yadda yadda \int^{e^x}_0 sin(t)dt\right.$ normal text $\left.
\vphantom{\int^{e^x}_0}\right]$
could be what you want.

Robert
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marik
4/9/2010 6:59:55 AM

<marik@mendelu.cz> wrote in message 
news:ebb4fd51-fef7-41f7-976f-40b3e69a86a2@g11g2000yqe.googlegroups.com...
> On 9 dub, 07:56, "George Jefferson" <phreon...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> "George Jefferson" <phreon...@gmail.com> wrote in message
>>
>> news:hpmf75$3fk$1@news.eternal-september.org...
>>
>> > $\left[yadda yadda$ normal text $\right]$
>>
>> removing the left and right and just using normal sized brackets gives
>> exactly what I want except they are not scaled properly.
>>
>> $[yadda yadda$ normal text $]$
>
> Or $\left[yadda yadda \int^{e^x}_0 sin(t)dt\right.$ normal text $\left.
> \vphantom{\int^{e^x}_0}\right]$
> could be what you want.
>

Ok, not the best method but better than nothing. (I don't like keeping 
having to update two locations with the exact same information and which is 
required to function properly)


 

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George
4/9/2010 7:57:38 AM
On 9 dub, 09:57, "George Jefferson" <phreon...@gmail.com> wrote:
> <ma...@mendelu.cz> wrote in message
>
> news:ebb4fd51-fef7-41f7-976f-40b3e69a86a2@g11g2000yqe.googlegroups.com...
>
>
>
> > On 9 dub, 07:56, "George Jefferson" <phreon...@gmail.com> wrote:
> >> "George Jefferson" <phreon...@gmail.com> wrote in message
>
> >>news:hpmf75$3fk$1@news.eternal-september.org...
>
> >> > $\left[yadda yadda$ normal text $\right]$
>
> >> removing the left and right and just using normal sized brackets gives
> >> exactly what I want except they are not scaled properly.
>
> >> $[yadda yadda$ normal text $]$
>
> > Or $\left[yadda yadda \int^{e^x}_0 sin(t)dt\right.$ normal text $\left.
> > \vphantom{\int^{e^x}_0}\right]$
> > could be what you want.
>
> Ok, not the best method but better than nothing. (I don't like keeping
> having to update two locations with the exact same information and which is
> required to function properly)

\def\temp{\int^{e^x}_0 sin(t)dt} $\left[yadda yadda \temp\right.$
normal text $\left. \vphantom{\temp}\right]$

The left-right part has to be in one math environment and everything
between is included into a box.

You may try the following
Robert



\documentclass{article}

\begin{document}
\def\leftt#1#2{$\left#2\vphantom{\csname delim*size*#1\endcsname}
\right.$}
\def\rightt#1#2{$\left.\vphantom{\csname delim*size*#1\endcsname}
\right#2$}

\def\declaremydelimsize#1#2{\expandafter\def\csname
delim*size*#1\endcsname{#2}}

\declaremydelimsize1{\vrule height 30pt}

\declaremydelimsize2{\displaystyle\int^{e^{x^2}}}


\leftt{1}{[}$yadda yadda$ normal text \rightt{1}{]}

\leftt{2}{[}$yadda yadda$ normal text \rightt{2}{]}

\leftt{1}{[}$yadda yadda$ normal text \rightt{2}{]}

\leftt{1}{[}$yadda yadda$ normal text \rightt{3}{]}

\end{document}

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marik
4/9/2010 8:54:54 AM

<marik@mendelu.cz> wrote in message 
news:d07ea920-fb78-4c4a-b142-14e6d4b5c200@e7g2000yqf.googlegroups.com...
> On 9 dub, 09:57, "George Jefferson" <phreon...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> <ma...@mendelu.cz> wrote in message
>>
>> news:ebb4fd51-fef7-41f7-976f-40b3e69a86a2@g11g2000yqe.googlegroups.com...
>>
>>
>>
>> > On 9 dub, 07:56, "George Jefferson" <phreon...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> >> "George Jefferson" <phreon...@gmail.com> wrote in message
>>
>> >>news:hpmf75$3fk$1@news.eternal-september.org...
>>
>> >> > $\left[yadda yadda$ normal text $\right]$
>>
>> >> removing the left and right and just using normal sized brackets gives
>> >> exactly what I want except they are not scaled properly.
>>
>> >> $[yadda yadda$ normal text $]$
>>
>> > Or $\left[yadda yadda \int^{e^x}_0 sin(t)dt\right.$ normal text $\left.
>> > \vphantom{\int^{e^x}_0}\right]$
>> > could be what you want.
>>
>> Ok, not the best method but better than nothing. (I don't like keeping
>> having to update two locations with the exact same information and which 
>> is
>> required to function properly)
>
> \def\temp{\int^{e^x}_0 sin(t)dt} $\left[yadda yadda \temp\right.$
> normal text $\left. \vphantom{\temp}\right]$
>
> The left-right part has to be in one math environment and everything
> between is included into a box.
>
> You may try the following
> Robert
>
>
>
> \documentclass{article}
>
> \begin{document}
> \def\leftt#1#2{$\left#2\vphantom{\csname delim*size*#1\endcsname}
> \right.$}
> \def\rightt#1#2{$\left.\vphantom{\csname delim*size*#1\endcsname}
> \right#2$}
>
> \def\declaremydelimsize#1#2{\expandafter\def\csname
> delim*size*#1\endcsname{#2}}
>
> \declaremydelimsize1{\vrule height 30pt}
>
> \declaremydelimsize2{\displaystyle\int^{e^{x^2}}}
>
>
> \leftt{1}{[}$yadda yadda$ normal text \rightt{1}{]}
>
> \leftt{2}{[}$yadda yadda$ normal text \rightt{2}{]}
>
> \leftt{1}{[}$yadda yadda$ normal text \rightt{2}{]}
>
> \leftt{1}{[}$yadda yadda$ normal text \rightt{3}{]}
>
> \end{document}


\large[\normalsize $yadda yadda$ normal text \large]\normalsize

Why can't we just do something like that but set the size depending on the 
size of what is between the two [ ]?

It seems like an aweful lot of work for something that shouldn't require it. 
\left and \right don't seem like they have any need to be required in math 
mode since they just prefix and postfix something with a symbol who's size 
depends on the height of what is inbetween them(regardless of mode).

I'm not sure of the internals but whatever \left and right do to measure the 
box inside should work without left and right actually being in math mode?

 

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George
4/9/2010 11:41:09 AM
On Fri, 9 Apr 2010 06:41:09 -0500, "George Jefferson"
<phreon111@gmail.com> wrote:

>
>
>\large[\normalsize $yadda yadda$ normal text \large]\normalsize
>
>Why can't we just do something like that but set the size depending on the 
>size of what is between the two [ ]?
>
>It seems like an aweful lot of work for something that shouldn't require it. 
>\left and \right don't seem like they have any need to be required in math 
>mode since they just prefix and postfix something with a symbol who's size 
>depends on the height of what is inbetween them(regardless of mode).
>
>I'm not sure of the internals but whatever \left and right do to measure the 
>box inside should work without left and right actually being in math mode?

No. Mathmode was designed to be completely self-contained.
Whatever is done in one mathgroup is forgotten when the 
group ends. Typesetting math uses an almost completely 
different set of rules from typesetting text.

However, \left and \right are even more restrictive, 
not only do they need to be in the same math group, 
they have to be in the same group, period:
  ${\left[ Yadda} \right]$
will give an error.

Personally, I would try very hard _not_ to get line breaks 
between two in-line delimiters. If it is unavoidable I 
would try just as hard to keep the size needed relatively
small and just use plain brackets or at most \big ones:
  $\bigl[ Yadda\right.$ normal text $\bigr]$

If larger are needed, I would just use a display math.

However, you can try this:

  \newcommand\leftright[5]{%
    \left#1#3\vphantom{\mbox{#4}#5}\right.$%
    {#4}%
    $\left.\vphantom{#3\mbox{#4}}#5\right#2%
  }

Where #1 and #2 are the delimiters, #3 is the contents 
of the first math group, #4 is the normal text, and #5 
is the contents of the second math group.

Used like:

  $\leftright[]%
    {\int_{0}^{x} f(}%
    {\large normal text}%
    {)\,dt}$

Or, what is slightly more flexible:

  \newcommand\LRspanmath[3]{%
    #1\vphantom{\mbox{#2}#3}\right.$%
    {#2}%
    $\left.\vphantom{#1\mbox{#2}}#3%
  }

Used like:

  $ F(x) =  
    \left[%
      \LRspanmath%
        {\int_{1}^{x} f(}%
        {\large normal text}%
        {)\,dt}% 
    \right]
  $


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Prime Instant Video Takes Flight: Amazon and JetBlue to Bring an Unmatched Entertainment Experience to ...
Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) and JetBlue (NASDAQ:JBLU) today announced that they will bring unlimited, on-demand entertainment to airline travel later ...

Clinton unmatched on promoting women’s rights, Amy Klobuchar says - Videos - CBS News
Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minnesota, says Clinton has answered questions about the Clinton Foundation’s donations from foreign governments.

Sugar Battery With Unmatched Energy Density Created
A new “sugar battery” possessing an “unmatched” energy density has been created by a research team from Virginia Tech. The researchers think ...

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