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This is an attempt to get convenient math syntax in HaTeX.
The idea is to combine these features:
 Full access to the mathtypesetting power of LaTeX. It should be possible to express any formula that might be found in a typical mathematics or physics journal article. This should also include expression which are not quite welldefined from a programming point of view, but are clear to the intended audience.
 Idiomatic Haskell syntax. Who wants to bother with unreadable expressions involving either hundreds of doublebackslashes or extra syntax overhead in wrapping them explicitly into HaTeX? Ideally, one would write expressions as if only meaning Haskell to calculate them, but get the result back as a full prettyprinting LaTeX math string. And the actual calculated result as well, if possible!
See [EXAMPLES.md
](EXAMPLES.md) for how this works in practice, or [ example/Simple.hs ](example/Simple.hs) for how the library can be used for writing mathematical documents. Rendered, that looks like this:
 [TeXmymath source for example document](example/Simple_src.png)  [xelatexrendered example document](example/Simple_rendered.png) 