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# gfanToLatex -- convert a list of polynomials to LaTeX

## Synopsis

• Usage:
gfanToLatex(L)
gfanToLatex(M)
• Inputs:
• L, a list, of marked polynomial lists or a marked polynomial list (for the polynomialset option)
• Optional inputs:
• h
• polynomialset
• polynomialsetlist
• Outputs:
• S, , LaTeX markup for L

## Description

This method converts marked polynomial lists and lists of marked polynomial lists to latex. If the given input is a list, the option polynomialsetlist is assumed. Similarly, if the input is a marked polynomial list then polynomialset is assumed.

 i1 : QQ[x,y,z]; i2 : L = gfan{x^2 + y*z, z^2 + y*z} 2 2 2 2 2 4 2 2 2 o2 = {{(y*z) + z , (x ) - z }, {(x ) + y*z, (z ) + y*z}, {(x ) - x y , (x z) ------------------------------------------------------------------------ 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 4 + x y, (z ) - x , (y*z) + x }, {(x z) + x y, (z ) - x , (x y ) - x , ------------------------------------------------------------------------ 2 2 2 2 2 2 (y*z) + x }, {(x y) + x z, (y*z) + x , (z ) - x }} o2 : List i3 : gfanToLatex L o3 = $\{\{yz+z^{2}, x^{2}-z^{2}\} , \{x^{2}+yz, z^{2}+yz\} , \{x^{4}-x^{2}y^{2}, x^{2}z+x^{2}y, z^{2}-x^{2}, yz+x^{2}\} , \{x^{2}z+x^{2}y, z^{2}-x^{2}, x^{2}y^{2}-x^{4}, yz+x^{2}\} , \{x^{2}y+x^{2}z, yz+x^{2}, z^{2}-x^{2}\} \}$  i4 : gfanToLatex first L o4 = $\{yz+z^{2}, x^{2}-z^{2}\}$  i5 : gfanToLatex({{x,z}, {x+y, x+z}}, "polynomialset" => true) o5 = $\{x+y, z+x\}$ 

gfan Documentation

This program converts ASCII math to TeX math. The data-type is specified by the options.
Options:
-h:
Add a header to the output. Using this option the output will be LaTeXable right away.
--polynomialset_:
The data to be converted is a list of polynomials.
--polynomialsetlist_:
The data to be converted is a list of lists of polynomials.


## Ways to use gfanToLatex :

• gfanToLatex(List)
• gfanToLatex(MarkedPolynomialList)

## For the programmer

The object gfanToLatex is .