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Re: Quotient group/space notation


Hi Christopher,
you could use the Unicode character: 65295
You can then generate:
A characters like: FromCharacterCode[65295]
A string: name="G"<>FromCharacterCode[65295]<>"N"
A symbol: sym= Symbol[name]

Daniel

Christopher Arthur wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> How do you get Mathematica to print out the standard notation for a quotient
> group, for example,
> If G is a group, and N is a normal subgroup, then we have G/N, but we want
> typically for this to
> format as a large diagonal fraction.
> 
> Regards,
> 
> Christopher Arthur
> 
> 


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