The applet converts simple math-mode LaTeX into BBCode markup. Symbols are converted into unicode, subscripts and superscripts are wrapped in `[sub]` and `[sup]` tags, and bold (`\mathbf`) and italic (`\mathit`) fonts are available. Fractions, arrays, and other complicated forms are not available. You cannot use `\sqrt`, but you may use `\surd`. Unlike in math mode, but as in regular mode in LaTeX, spaces are preserved except following commands. Thus, `a b` becomes *a b*, while `\alpha \beta` becomes αβ.

Report problems or get the source. Mapping for unicode characters from latex-to-unicode.