On 6/7/05, Edward WIJAYA <[hidden email]> wrote:
> Is there a way to type mathematical notation (like: Union, Inverse-A, etc)
> in VIM?
> I mean just like Word, there it enables us to insert 'symbols'.
I really don't like how this list auto-replies to the poster and not
the list itself... ugh
Anyway, VIM just handles raw text. You may want to check out latex
(isn't there a mathtex or something too?) or some other markup-type
setup. There's also MathML.
I think the discrepancy is that MS Word does much more than edit (you
can insert pictures in the middle of a document), but VIM is
just-an-editor, if you'd like to perform complex layouts and things,
I'd suggest latex, or even html.
> Hi Alan,
> Thanks for your reply. But...
> On Tue, 07 Jun 2005 22:43:11 +0800, Alan G. Isaac
> <[hidden email]> wrote:
>> Use UTF-8 encoding.
> How do I use that?
>> If you have a font.
> How do I know if I have the font or not?
The following vim-online scripts and tips may help you: