Text Editor With Math Notation And Hypertext.ADVERTISEMENTS
Author : Eugenio Vilar
OS : Win98,Windows2000,WinXP...
Literalmath license : Freeware (Price: free)
Added date : 21. November 2005
Release date : 7. March 2005
Download page : Get it Here!
Download Size : 1664 kBytes
Publisher URL: http://www.literal.eng.br
LiteralMath 2.4 details:
Text editor with the additional capabilities of math notation and hypertext, aimed at the high school / college environment. Uses the RTF format known to Wordpad, Word. Generates HTML, so that math notation can be displayed by popular browsers. Users may specify links to other web documents without knowledge of HTML. Math notation is based on special fonts, thereby allowing browsers to render math at the speed of text. Very useful for math communication over the web, with clarity, simplicity, and efficiency.
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