[NTG-context] How to set matrices with amsl

Giuseppe Bilotta gip.bilotta at iol.it
Thu Oct 28 13:59:28 CEST 2004


Thursday, October 28, 2004 David Arnold wrote:

> All,

> This loses the one:

> \usemodule[amsl]

> \starttext

> \startformula
> \left(
> \startarray
> 1\\2\\3
> \stoparray
> \right)
> \stopformula

> \stoptext

With amsl, you need to specify the array column type for each
column (l=left aligned inline math, r=right aligned inline
math, c=centered inline math, d=displaymath, t=text). The 1
gets gobbled as if it were the array specification.

> And this chokes completely with the error message that follows:

> \usemodule[nath]

> \starttext

> \startformula
> \left(
> \startarray
> 1\\2\\3
> \stoparray
> \right)
> \stopformula

> \stoptext


> Error message:

> ERROR: Undefined control sequence.

> --- TeX said ---
> <argument> \c!voorwit 
>                       =\intereqnsskip 

Well, this is because nath has not been updated to the new
"english internals" version, which I assume you are using. Put
\c!spacebefore there and try again.

-- 
Giuseppe "Oblomov" Bilotta



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