(Excerpt from "The MathML Handbook" by Pavi Sandhu)
[<mprescripts/> (presubscript presuperscript)*]
The mmultiscripts element is used to attach prescripts and tensor indices to a base. It increments scriptlevel by 1, and sets displaystyle to false, within each of its arguments except base. It leaves both attributes unchanged within base.
This element has the two attributes shown in the following table.
Table: Attributes of mmultiscripts.
These attributes have the following meaning:
- subscriptshift: specifies the minimum amount by which the subscript should be shifted down relative to the baseline of the base expression.
- superscriptshift: specifies the minimum amount by which the superscript should be shifted up relative to the baseline of the base expression.
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