(Excerpt from "The MathML Handbook" by Pavi Sandhu)
<msubsup>base subscript superscript</msubsup>
The msubsup element is used for representing a subscript attached to a base.
By default, the msubsup element automatically increments scriptlevel by 1 and sets displaystyle to false in both subscript and superscript but leaves both attributes unchanged within base.
This element has the two attributes shown in the following table.
Table: Attributes of msubsup.
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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