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- Exploring different ways to represent a complex fraction using LaTeX

I know of two reasonable ways to represent a complex fraction:

\dfrac{ \left ( \dfrac{a}{b} \right ) }{ \left ( \dfrac{c}{d} \right ) }

##\dfrac{ \left ( \dfrac{a}{b} \right ) }{ \left ( \dfrac{c}{d} \right ) }##

and

\dfrac{ ^a / _b }{ ^c / _d }

##\dfrac{ ^a / _b }{ ^c / _d }##

What I am wondering is if there is a way to write

##\dfrac{ \dfrac{a}{b} }{ \dfrac{c}{d} }##

by making a longer middle division line?

Thanks!

-Dan

\dfrac{ \left ( \dfrac{a}{b} \right ) }{ \left ( \dfrac{c}{d} \right ) }

##\dfrac{ \left ( \dfrac{a}{b} \right ) }{ \left ( \dfrac{c}{d} \right ) }##

and

\dfrac{ ^a / _b }{ ^c / _d }

##\dfrac{ ^a / _b }{ ^c / _d }##

What I am wondering is if there is a way to write

##\dfrac{ \dfrac{a}{b} }{ \dfrac{c}{d} }##

by making a longer middle division line?

Thanks!

-Dan