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Revision as of 16:17, 3 July 2012

\os

Syntax

{\os ...}
... text, usually only numbers

Description

A switch: start using the old style variant of the current font. Used to obtain old-style numerals.

Example

{\os 1234567890 numbers}

See also

  • \frak and \goth for Fraktur and Gothic font variants, including gothic-style numerals.
  • \mediaeval for the command equivalent of this switch.

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