OMS encoding

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OMS (aka TeX math symbol) is a 7-bit TeX encoding developed by Donald E. Knuth.[1] It encodes mathematical symbols with variable sizes like for capital Pi notation, brackets, braces and radicals.

Character set[edit]

OMS[2]
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F
0x × ÷ ±
1x
2x
3x ◌̸ ◌̍ ¬
4x 𝒜 𝒞 𝒟 𝒢 𝒥 𝒦 𝒩 𝒪
5x 𝒫 𝒬 𝒮 𝒯 𝒰 𝒱 𝒲 𝒳 𝒴 𝒵
6x { }
7x §

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Knuth, Donald E. (May 1989). The TEXbook (PDF). Computers & Typesetting. Vol. A (Eight printing ed.). p. 431.
  2. ^ Mittelbach, Frank; Fairbairns, Robin; Lemberg, Werner (2016-02-18) [1995]. "LATEX font encodings" (PDF). LATEX3 Project Team. p. 33. Archived (PDF) from the original on 2017-07-10. Retrieved 2017-07-10.