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Re: [tdf-discuss] LibreOffice Math: "There is no"


Hi

Thanks for the time to answer.

The symbol is not in the wikipage indicated.

It's an "∃ overlapped with /", or barred ∃, the negation of "exist" (∃).

I wonder if this symbol can be added to Math, and if there is a code (unicode) for it.

Regards
Olivier



Em 04-05-2011 02:07, Steve Edmonds escreveu:


On 2011-05-04 16:47, Jean-Baptiste Faure wrote:
Le 03/05/2011 21:26, Olivier Hallot a écrit :

Hi

Does anybody knows if in LO Math there si a way to represent the
mathematical symbol for "There is no", which is a barred flipped E?

Is it difficult to add it to the "Elements" windows? If a bug is already
open, and one of you knows it, can I get the number to track it?

Thanks in advance.

Hi Olivier,

Is "a notin b" the answer you asked for ?

Best regards
JBF



Is it ∃! or ∉
See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_mathematical_symbols in case
unicode above is not transmitted by the list server and please advise if
the symbol is there.
steve


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