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neqn - format equations for ascii output



        neqn - format equations for ascii output


        neqn [eqn options]


        The  neqn  program  is  actually  just a shell script which invokes the
        eqn(1) command with the ascii output device.
        Note that eqn does not support low-resolution, typewriter-like  devices
        (although it may work adequately for very simple input).


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