\mbox - Tex Command


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mbox

\mbox - creates a box just wide enough to hold the text in its argument;no linebreaks are allowed in the text;text appears in \rm.

SYNOPSIS

{ \mbox <text argument>}

DESCRIPTION

\mbox command creates a box just wide enough to hold the text in its argument;no linebreaks are allowed in the text;text appears in \rm.

EXAMPLE

  1. a + b \mbox{ (are you paying attention?) } = c
    $ a + b \mbox{ (are you paying attention?) } = c $
  2. a + b \text{ (are you paying attention?) } = c
    $ a + b \text{ (are you paying attention?) } = c $
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