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    Need some help here with Tex please

    Hi all:

    Is there a way to write a_n\rightarrow_{x\rightarrow 0}\,1 but making the x-->0 appear UNDER the right arrow? I can't find an example of this anywhere, and then I have to write lim_ all the times.
    Thanx
    Tonio
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    Quote Originally Posted by tonio View Post
    Hi all:

    Is there a way to write a_n\rightarrow_{x\rightarrow 0}\,1 but making the x-->0 appear UNDER the right arrow? I can't find an example of this anywhere, and then I have to write lim_ all the times.
    Thanx
    Tonio
    Like this: a_n \xrightarrow [x \rightarrow 0] {} 1

    The code is [tex]a_n \xrightarrow [x \rightarrow 0] {} 1[/tex]
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    [tex]a_n \xrightarrow [x \to 0] {} 1[/tex]

    This is a bit shorter and work as well
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