Some special and Important codes in $\LaTeX$ .

• \therefore appear as $\therefore$

• \gg appear as $\gg$

• \preceq appear as $\preceq$

• \doteq appear as $\doteq$

• \asymp appear as $\asymp$

• \ni appear as $\ni$

• \measuredangle appear as $\measuredangle$

• \dashv appear as $\dashv$

• \succ appear as $\succ$

• \ll appear as $\ll$

• \ast appear as $\ast$

• \star appear as $\star$

• \bigstar appear as $\bigstar$

• \square appear as $\square$

• \diamond appear as $\diamond$

• \triangle appear as $\triangle$

• \dagger appear as $\dagger$

• \uplus appear as $\uplus$

• \vee appear as $\vee$

• \wedge appear as $\wedge$

• \text{2}_2 appear as $\text{2}_2$

• \text{2}^2 appear as $\text{2}^2$

• \bullet appear as $\bullet$

• \wr appear as $\wr$

• \neq appear as $\neq$

• \langle appear as $\langle$

• \rangle appear as $\rangle$

• \top appear as $\top$

• \bot appear as $\bot$

• \emptyset appear as $\emptyset$

• \varnothing appear as $\varnothing$

• \sin appear as $\sin$

• \cos appear as $\cos$

• \tan appear as $\tan$

• \sec appear as $\sec$

• \csc appear as $\csc$

• \cosh appear as $\cosh$

• \pm appear as $\pm$

• \mp appear as $\mp$

• \alpha appear as $\alpha$

• \beta appear as $\beta$

• \backslash appear as $\backslash$

• \boxed{123} appear as $\boxed{123}$

• \sqrt[3]{8} appear as $\sqrt[3]{8}$

• \text{Matin is a Brilliant User} appear as $\text{Matin is a Brilliant User}$

• \dots appear as $\dots$

• \vdots appear as $\vdots$

• \LaTeX appear as $\LaTeX$

• \circ appear as $\circ$

• \huge{Brilliant is one} appear as $\huge{Brilliant~ is ~one}$

• \binom{8}{7} appear as $\binom{8}{7}$

• \cong appear as $\cong$

• \sim appear as $\sim$

• \models appear as $\models$

• \simeq appear as $\simeq$

• \diamondsuit appear $\diamondsuit$

• \bowtie appear as $\bowtie$

• \Im appear as $\Im$

• \infty appear as $\infty$

• \propto appear as $\propto$

• \mid appear as $\mid$

• \swarrow appear as $\swarrow$

• \nwarrow appear as $\nwarrow$

• \sewarrow appear as $\searrow$

• \nearrow appear as $\nearrow$

• \leadsto appear as $\leadsto$

• \rightleftharpoons appear as $\rightleftharpoons$

• \ddagger appear as $\ddagger$

• \mathcal{text} appear as $\mathcal{Matin}$

• \mathfrak{Matin} appear as $\mathfrak{Matin}$

• For mention some one use (@) and username like @Matin Naseri

• \frac{1}{2} appear as $\frac{1}{2}$

• \heartsuit appear as $\heartsuit$

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which shows up as

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like it.... $\heartsuit$

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I have a similar LaTex guide too. :)

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Good.

I tried that collect all important codes in $\LaTeX$ into this discussion

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$\displaystyle \mathcal{Nice} \ \mathfrak{Note!}$

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