- n. Plural form of subscript.
“Some are configured by editing (manually or with a gui) a giant script file, which is used as a template to call subscripts which do the actual configuring.”
“It has a. 5mm point, which allows me to write small details such as subscripts and fractions.”
“: A quantity depending on two subscripts which is equal to one when they are equal and zero when they are unequal.”
“My abject apologies, by the way, if this weblog does not support the "sub" HTML tag and my subscripts above come out garbled ....”
“Dealing with so many elements in so many compounds motivated his creation of a simple and logical system of symbols — H, O, C, Ca, Cl, and so forth — which is basically the same as the system we use today, except that the combining proportions of the atoms of elements in a compound were indicated as superscripts instead of our subscripts.”
“I will copy text * within a single document* (e.g., symbols with subscripts) and when I paste it within the same document, the formatting (of the subscript) is lost.”
“While I can create variables using subscripts and superscripts that superficially look like their mathematical counterparts, the illusion falls apart as soon as I try anything sophisticated, because they are constructed via a mechanism completely unlike the way “standard” symbols are constructed in Mathematica.”
“(It is very hard to write chemical equations without subscripts).”
“For anybody interested, I just learned a great trick (Thanks to Paul Gilster at Centauri-dreams.org) You can use HTML tags to insert subscripts: the tags are sub and /sub, (each between a “less than” and a “greater than” sign).”
“Use the 'sub' html element for subscripts and 'sup' for superscripts.”
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