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Pauly Man
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Dec2-03, 11:16 PM
P: 127
Hi Guys,

I am currently writing two rather large articles with latex. I've added an index to each file, and am currently looking through each article and adding relevant references to bits and pieces so they'll show up in the index. That bit is easy, you just use the \index{The Text You Want to Appear in the Index} after the word you want to index. However many index entries have sub-entries, such as:

Function,
Linear
Non-Linear
Trigonometric
etc

How do you go about setting that up in latex? At the moment I have resorted to indexing like topics like so:

\index{Function, Linear}
\index{Function, Trigonometric}

Any help would be appreciated, as I'm still learning.
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