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OpenOffice Writer User Guide
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Brackets

Operation

Command

Display

Round Brackets

(a)

Square Brackets

[b]

Double Square Brackets

ldbracket c rdbracket

Single line

lline a rline

Double line

ldline a rdline

Braces

lbrace w rbrace

Angle Brackets

langle d rangle

Operator Brackets

langle a mline b rangle

Group brackets (used for program control)

{a}

Scalable round brackets
(add the word “left before a left bracket and “right†before a right bracket)

left ( stack{a # b # z} right )

Square brackets scalable

(as above)

left [ stack{ x # y} right ]

Double square brackets scalable

left ldbracket c right rdbracket

Line scalable

left lline a right rline

Double line scalable

left ldline d right rdline

Brace scalable

left lbrace e right rbrace

Angle bracket scalable

left langle f right rangle

Operator brackets scalable

left langle g mline h right rangle

Over brace scalable

{The brace is above} overbrace a

Under brace scalable

{the brace is below}underbrace {f}





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