Request for new math symbol

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saltydog
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Can we display an integral sign with a square contour over it. The command is:

\sqint

I think it's in the pxfonts package.

Thanks,
Salty
 

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Hurkyl
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[tex] \int \! \! \! \! \! \! \square [/tex]

This what you're looking for?
 
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saltydog
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Hurkyl said:
[tex] \int \! \! \! \! \! \! \square [/tex]

This what you're looking for?
My goodness . . . thanks. One day I'll help you with something.:smile:
 
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marcus
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that has six exclamation points. I am curious to see what it is like with just 3

[tex] \int \! \! \! \square [/tex]

with four
[tex] \int \! \! \! \! \square [/tex]

and with five
[tex] \int \! \! \! \! \! \square [/tex]

OK :smile:
 
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Lisa!
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\int \! \! \! \! \! \square

I definitely love this symbols!:approve:
 
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Can we do animation with Latex? Transit of the square over the integral sign, or simple harmonic motion of the square. Btw, do we put a negative ! for the square to go on the other side? o:)

[tex]\int \-! \-! \-! \-! \-! \square [/tex]
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EDIT: So that's what it looks like with a minus sign! :biggrin:
 
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