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## Re: LaTeX output

**From**: |
Andreas Kratzert |

**Subject**: |
Re: LaTeX output |

**Date**: |
Wed, 27 Nov 1996 11:50:44 MEZ |

Heber Farnsworth wrote:
>* *
>* In my work I do a lot of statistical analysis and present them in*
>* tables in my papers. I am trying to write a function which creates a*
>* LaTeX file from a matrix. It seems to work fine except that I can't find*
>* a way to get Octave to print a \ character as is \begin{tabular} or*
>* \end{tabular} (this will only make sense to LaTeX users). The first*
>* gives me egin{tabular} and the second gives the warning*
You have to double the \ character:
printf ("\\begin \\end");
Andreas
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Andreas Kratzert
Universitaet Erlangen, Lehrstuhl fuer Technische Elektronik
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