superscript


How do I write superscript word for checkbox text in java?

南楼画角 提交于 2020-01-09 11:48:54
问题 I made few checkboxes using swing in Java. I want to write a superscript text for the checkboxes but I'm not sure how. The code currently looks like this. JCheckBox hCheckBox = new JCheckBox("[M + H]+"); I want to have "+" sign inside the JCheckBox parameter superscripted. What's an easy way to do this? Thank you in advance. 回答1: Java buttons support html in their text. You need to format the string a little differently though. Try this: JCheckBox hCheckBox = new JCheckBox("<html>[M + H]<sup>

How do you print superscript in Python?

淺唱寂寞╮ 提交于 2020-01-08 13:23:49
问题 I am aware of the \xb function in python, but it does not seem to work for me. I am aware that I may need to download a third party module to accomplish this, if so, which one would be best? I am a noob with Python, and with StackOverflow hence my basic question. Now a bit about the context... I am currently writing a binomial expansion solver, to try and use skills which I am teaching myself. The problem arises when I attempt to display the user input-ed expansion to the use for confirmation

jQuery execCommand for superscript and subscript not properly toggling

岁酱吖の 提交于 2020-01-05 05:45:46
问题 I'm trying to create a text editor using jQuery and execCommand . Everything was going good until I noticed that both superscript and subscript aren't properly toggling. This jsFiddle (http://jsfiddle.net/k8F4P/) should illustrate the problem. It is possible that it is simply my browser, but I'm using the latest version of Chrome for Mac. 回答1: Turned out the issue was that the stylesheet normalize.css was setting the sub and sup tags' vertical-align to baseline and this was preventing the

Superscripts in R

橙三吉。 提交于 2020-01-04 00:10:08
问题 I am trying to output a .xlsx file with a column name that has superscripted text. for example like: holdings=data.frame("x"=rep(12,4), "y"=rep(14, 4)) colnames(holdings)=c("Name","RankTM") but with the "TM" superscripted. Anyone able to help? 回答1: I suggest not doing that. Column names should be plain text but you may have a good reason for doing this. Find the unicode for TM (2122) and escape it like so \u\+### . eg: colnames(holdings) = c("Name","Rank\u2122") 来源: https://stackoverflow.com

Inserting Superscript Numbers in MS SQL

天涯浪子 提交于 2020-01-03 16:44:54
问题 Trying to insert a value into a varchar data field with the Superscript number of 4 (power of 4) at the end. I'm able to insert/update values using superscript 2 and 3 (ie squared and cubed), but I can't get the power of 4 to enter correctly into a varchar field? It does work if I switch the field to a nvarchar , but I'm trying to avoid that. This works for squared or to the power of 2 update mytable set myfield = 'test'+NCHAR(0xb2) However, trying to get this to work using a 4 at the end...

Inserting Superscript Numbers in MS SQL

Deadly 提交于 2020-01-03 16:43:13
问题 Trying to insert a value into a varchar data field with the Superscript number of 4 (power of 4) at the end. I'm able to insert/update values using superscript 2 and 3 (ie squared and cubed), but I can't get the power of 4 to enter correctly into a varchar field? It does work if I switch the field to a nvarchar , but I'm trying to avoid that. This works for squared or to the power of 2 update mytable set myfield = 'test'+NCHAR(0xb2) However, trying to get this to work using a 4 at the end...

How do I include a superscript to texts on a plot on R?

徘徊边缘 提交于 2020-01-02 01:05:10
问题 I need it to look like this: R^2 = some values And I've tried the code below but it wouldn't work, it came out as "R (expression (^2)) = some values" instead: text (25, 200, paste ("R (expression (^2)) =", round (rsquarelm2, 2))) 回答1: You don't want a character vector, but an expression, hence this expression(R^2 == 0.85) is what you need. In this case, you want to substitute in the result of another R operation. For that you want substitute() or bquote() . I find the latter easier to work

Superscript in R

 ̄綄美尐妖づ 提交于 2020-01-01 11:58:31
问题 How do I superscript the units this axis title. The "" represent the parts that I need to be superscripted: Photosynthetically available radiation (µE m"-2"d"-1") . I have used the formula and having no luck so far: plot(PAR~SST,data=brazilw, pch=15,col="red", main ="Fig. 1. Relationship between photosynthically available radiation\n and sea surface temperature", ylab=expression("Photosynthetically available radiation (µE m"^-2~d^-1)) 回答1: Whilst I don't see a real problem in this particular

How am I supposed to write superscript text?

无人久伴 提交于 2019-12-31 00:06:21
问题 I have an app which contains plenty of figures or letters in superscript. I noticed that X<span style="vertical-align: super;">3</span> and just using sup tag around the figure 3 both yield X 3 in my app. But only the sup tag yields X 3 on SO. Does it mean I should stick with the latter? What are the differences, pros and cons, if any? Edit: I have checked http://www.w3schools.com/tags/tag_sup.asp and http://www.w3.org/TR/html-markup/sup.html . I don't seem to see any differences. 回答1: Just

How to print subscripts/superscripts on a CLI?

試著忘記壹切 提交于 2019-12-30 06:44:14
问题 I'm writing a piece of code which deals with math variables and indices, and I'd need to print subscripts and superscripts on a CLI, is there a (possibly cross-platform) way to do that? I'm working in vanilla C++. Note: I'd like this to be cross-platform, but since from the first answers this doesn't seem to be possible I'm working under MacOS and Ubuntu Linux (so bash). Thank you 回答1: Since most CLIs are really only terminals (pretty dumb ones mostly but sometimes with color), the only cross

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