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<ABOVE> Math Line Above

Definition: <ABOVE> is used when you want to draw a line, curly bracket, arrow, or accent above an expression that is enclosed by this element. If you are using stretchy symbols, stretch them to match the width of the enclosed expression.

Attributes:

SYM

SYM is an entity name for a symbol, such as "cub" for a curly bracket. SYM defaults to line. The other choices are hat, tilde, larr (left arrow) and rarr (right arrow).

Context: <ABOVE> is legal within

<ABOVE>, <BAR>, <BELOW>, <BOX>, <BT>, <DDOT>, <DOT>, <HAT>, <ITEM>, <MATH>, <OF>, <ROOT>, <SQRT>, <T>, <TILDE>, <VEC>

The following markup can be used within <ABOVE>

<ABOVE>, <ARRAY>, <B>, <BAR>, <BELOW>, <BOX>, <BT>, <DDOT>, <DOT>, <HAT>, <ROOT>, <SQRT>, <SUB>, <SUP>, <T>, <TILDE>, <VEC>

Suggested style/usage: Close Tag: REQUIRED

Examples: <MATH><ABOVE SYM=EQUALS>X + Y</ABOVE></MATH>

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