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MuPAD Symbols and Special Characters

Greek letters, subscript and superscript, special characters available in MuPAD®

MuPAD Functions

Symbol::accentPrime Adds a prime accent to an identifier
Symbol::accentAsterisk Adds an asterisk accent to an identifier
Symbol::accentTilde Adds a tilde accent to an identifier
Symbol::accentHat Adds a hat accent to an identifier
Symbol::accentRightArrow Adds a right arrow accent to an identifier
Symbol::accentDot Adds a dot accent to an identifier
Symbol::accentDoubleDot Adds a double dot accent to an identifier
Symbol::accentTripleDot Adds a triple dot accent to an identifier
Symbol::accentOverBar Adds an overbar to an identifier
Symbol::accentUnderBar Adds an underbar to an identifier
Symbol::new Functional access to symbols
Symbol::subScript Combines two expressions to a new subscripted identifier
Symbol::subSuperScript Combines three expressions to a new combined sub- and superscripted identifier
Symbol::superScript Combines two expressions to a new superscripted identifier

Examples and How To

Greek Letters in Text Regions in MuPAD

In a MuPAD notebook, you can convert characters in the text region to Greek letters one at a time:

Special Characters in Outputs

To produce special characters, including greek letters, in the output regions of a MuPAD notebook, use the Symbol command:

Non-Greek Characters in Text Regions

Use non-Greek special characters in text regions.

Use Different Output Modes

MuPAD can display results of your calculations using different modes.


Typeset Symbols in MuPAD

For Greek letters and special characters in MATLAB®, see Greek Letters and Special Characters in Graph Text (MATLAB).

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