]> MathToWeb (MathML example)

MathML generated by MathToWeb
A MathML example displaying the AMS-Latex pairing delimiters \lvert and \rvert.
The commands \left and \right instruct Latex and MathToWeb to automatically size the delimiters to properly encompass whatever expression they enclose.

1 = n | u n u n | $1 = \sum_n \lvert u_n \rangle \langle u_n \rvert$

In this example, we have matched a \lvert delimiter (on the left), to a \rangle delimiter (on the right) and vise versa, demonstrating the point that any left pairing delimiter can, in fact, be matched to any right pairing delimiter.


<math xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1998/Math/MathML">
<mrow>
	<mn>1</mn>
	<mo>=</mo>
	<mstyle displaystyle="true">
		<munder>
			<mo>&sum;</mo>
			<mi>n</mi>
		</munder>
	</mstyle>
	<mo maxsize="1.00 em">&verbar;</mo>
	<msub>
		<mi>u</mi>
		<mi>n</mi>
	</msub>
	<mo maxsize="1.00 em">&rang;</mo>
	<mo maxsize="1.00 em">&lang;</mo>
	<msub>
		<mi>u</mi>
		<mi>n</mi>
	</msub>
	<mo maxsize="1.00 em">&verbar;</mo>
</mrow>
</math>