(Excerpt from "The MathML Handbook" by Pavi Sandhu)
This chapter provides detailed information on the syntax of MathML content markup. It explains the different categories into which content elements can be classified and gives examples of typical elements from each category. It also discusses the meaning and values of all the attributes defined for content markup.
- Token elements
- Constructor elements
- Operators and functions
- Qualifier elements
- Constants and symbols
- Semantic mapping elements
- Content element attributes
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