[LON-CAPA-users] latex or xhtml in problems?
Guy Albertelli II
Wed, 30 Oct 2002 17:55:34 -0500 (EST)
> What is the cleaner way of writing problems?
> In latex or in xhtml?
The current official suggestion is to write them in xhtml, and resort
to using <m> only when mathematics needs to be shown.
This will put the least load on the machines, and should look good in
> For the web, the same problem could be generated in xhtml code. If I
> wrote the problem in xhtml, though, would it come out nicely (or
> at all?) on a printout?
Yes it would.
all convert well when printing..
You of course can do what ever works for you.
(0.6.0 will have significantly better printing facilities.)
email@example.com BM: n^20 t20 z20 qS
Guy Albertelli -7-7-7- O-
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