Mathematical equations and textual contents sometimes contain a row of dots (\( \cdots\)). These dots’ meaning together is “ and so on”. These three dots refer to ellipsis points. Ellipses are...

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LaTeX has dozens of special mathematical symbols. A few of them, such as +,-, <, and >, are produced by typing the corresponding keyboard characters. Others are obtained with LaTeX commands as the...

Most of the time and during the writing process, we need to add a comment about text parts or images that need to be reviewed or completed later and we don’t want to be distracted. For example,...

LaTeX is built on the top of plain TeX macros, which is a powerful typesetting language developed by Donald Knuth. Therefore, LaTeX has almost, if not all, of the TeX typesetting potential. In this...

A complete tutorial for creating all kinds of tables in LaTeX. Tabular EnvironmentAligning CellsSpacing in TablesColors in TablesChanging Line WidthsA Better Look with BooktabsMulti-Row and...

The index in a manuscript helps the reader to find contents in any document. It should be straightforward as much possible. Many authors index words, listing all the pages on which those index words...