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File: Presentation/TokenElements/mo/moAmovable15.xml (mml file)
Author: Robert Miner and Jeff Schaefer, Geometry Technologies
Description: This example tests the 'movablelimits' attribute for <mo> using the &sum; operator. The default, true and false values are tested when 'displaystyle' is both true and false. Note that since 'largeop' is defaulting to the operator dictionary value for &sum; it appears to change inside and outside of display style.
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x 0 = x 0 = x 0 = x 0 = x 0 = x 0


Source Code:

    <math> 
      <mrow> 
        <munderover> 
          <mo>&sum;</mo> 
          <mi>x</mi> 
          <mn>0</mn> 
        </munderover> 
        <mo>=</mo> 
        <munderover> 
          <mo movablelimits='true'>&sum;</mo> 
          <mi>x</mi> 
          <mn>0</mn> 
        </munderover> 
        <mo>=</mo> 
        <munderover> 
          <mo movablelimits='false'>&sum;</mo> 
          <mi>x</mi> 
          <mn>0</mn> 
        </munderover> 
        <mo>=</mo> 
        <mstyle displaystyle='true'> 
          <munderover> 
            <mo>&sum;</mo> 
            <mi>x</mi> 
            <mn>0</mn> 
          </munderover> 
          <mo>=</mo> 
          <munderover> 
            <mo movablelimits='true'>&sum;</mo> 
            <mi>x</mi> 
            <mn>0</mn> 
          </munderover> 
          <mo>=</mo> 
          <munderover> 
            <mo movablelimits='false'>&sum;</mo> 
            <mi>x</mi> 
            <mn>0</mn> 
          </munderover> 
        </mstyle> 
      </mrow> 
    </math>
  

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