OMS encoding

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OMS (aka TeX math symbol) is a 7-bit TeX encoding developed by Donald E. Knuth.[1] It encodes mathematical symbols with variable sizes like for capital Pi notation, brackets, braces and radicals.

Character set[edit]

OMS[2]
_0 _1 _2 _3 _4 _5 _6 _7 _8 _9 _A _B _C _D _E _F
0_
2212

22C5
×
00D7

2217
÷
00F7

22C4
±
00B1

2213

2295

2296

2297

2298

2299

25CB

2218

2219
1_
224D

2261

2286

2287

2264

2265

227C

227D

223C

2248

2282

2283

226A

226B

227A

227B
2_
2190

2192

2191

2193

2194

2197

2198

2243

21D0

21D2

21D1

21D3

21D4

2196

2199

221D
3_
2032

221E

2208

220B

25B3

25BD
̸
0338
̍
030D

2200

2203
¬
00AC

2205

211C

2111

22A4

22A5
4_
2135
𝒜
1D49C

212C
𝒞
1D49E
𝒟
1D49F

2130

2131
𝒢
1D4A2

210B

2110
𝒥
1D4A5
𝒦
1D4A6

2112

2133
𝒩
1D4A9
𝒪
1D4AA
5_ 𝒫
1D4AB
𝒬
1D4AC

211B
𝒮
1D4AE
𝒯
1D4AF
𝒰
1D4B0
𝒱
1D4B1
𝒲
1D4B2
𝒳
1D4B3
𝒴
1D4B4
𝒵
1D4B5

222A

2229

228E

2227

2228
6_
22A2

22A3

230A

230B

2308

2309
{
007B
}
007D

27E8

27E9

2223

2225

2195

21D5

2216

2240
7_
221A

2210

2207

222B

2294

2293

2291

2292
§
00A7

2020

2021

00B6

2663

2662

2661

2660

  Letter   Number   Punctuation   Symbol   Other  Undefined

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Knuth, Donald E. (May 1989). The TEXbook (PDF). Computers & Typesetting. A (Eight printing ed.). p. 431.
  2. ^ Mittelbach, Frank; Fairbairns, Robin; Lemberg, Werner (2016-02-18) [1995]. "LATEX font encodings" (PDF). LATEX3 Project Team. p. 33. Archived (PDF) from the original on 2017-07-10. Retrieved 2017-07-10.