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Re: How can I get an angstrom symbol in Octave?

From: chs
Subject: Re: How can I get an angstrom symbol in Octave?
Date: Sun, 22 Sep 2019 10:26:20 +0200
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On 2019-09-22 04:06, Brett Green wrote:
> Using single quotes (without $) was all I needed to change to get the
> degree symbol to appear. Thank you!
> Now I'm wondering why using single vs. double quotes makes a
> difference... what's important, though, is that it works.
> ...Actually, I may have written that prematurely. Although I can get the
> degree symbol, I still can't get the angstrom symbol. \AA and \r{A} were
> suggested but neither worked. Any ideas why not?

These both work in MATLAB, so this sounds like an Octave bug.

BTW, it's also worth mentioning that in LaTeX, \deg is actually an operator:

macro:->\mathop {\operator@font deg}\nolimits

And this is what MATLAB gives you for '$\deg A$'.

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