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`$latex `*Number* $$

Display in Latex mode the numeric value specified by

*Number*

where
*Number*

is either a Latex integer or a
Latex real (as defined below).
A Latex integer is a sequence of decimal digits (

`0`

through `9`

)
possibly preceded by a minus sign. For example,
in the input
$latex 123 and -123$$

`123`

and `-123`

are a Latex integers.
The input above would have the following output:

@(@
123 and -123
@)@
A Latex real can be a Latex integer followed by a decimal point followed by any number of decimal digits (possibly zero decimal digits). For example, in the input

$latex 123. and 123.0$$

`123.`

and `123.0`

are a Latex reals.
The input above would have the following output:

@(@
123. and 123.0
@)@

A Latex real can be a decimal point possibly preceded by a minus sign
and followed by any number of decimal digits (at one decimal digit).
For example, in the input
$latex .123 and -.123$$

`.123`

and `-.123`

are Latex reals.
The input above would have the following output:

@(@
.123 and -.123
@)@
Input File: latex/latexnumber.omh