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    Hey ..dont know if this is the right section of this but I was thinking of posting a question and the usage of latex would simplify things for whoever is thinking of helping me .....

    How do you post in latex ?
    Also how do you attach a small picture ( of a circuit ) on the small page so that the viewer can see it ....instead of having to open the small picture as a separate attached file.



    Thank you very much ...xx
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    Put [latex] [/latex] around the code, e.g. [latex]\sin x[/latex] will come up like: \sin x

    To do pictures, you need to first upload your file online (Imageshack is a good choice) and then put [img] [/img] around the URL. Alternatively, you can attach and upload onto TSR, get the URL for the attachment and do the same thing.
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    Thanx
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    Oh I did't know that...
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     x + 2x = 4x

    Just testing.
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    All   of   my   responses   will   be   in   latex  from   now   on.



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