supported LaTeX macors

This is the subset of LaTeX formatting instructions provided by DOC++:
$...$
math mode for inline equations (example
$\sqrt{\frac{x^2}2}$
).
\[...\]
display math mode
\#
to output character #
\_
to output character "_"
\
to output character " "
\em
only to be used as {\em ...}
\bf
only to be used as {\bf ...} or {\textbf ...}
\it
only to be used as {\it ...} or {\textit ...}
\tt
only to be used as {\tt ...} or {\texttt ...}
\tiny
only to be used as {\tiny ...}
\scriptsize
only to be used as {\scriptsize ...}
\footnotesize
only to be used as {\footnotesize ...}
\small
only to be used as {\small ...}
\large
only to be used as {\large ...}
\Large
only to be used as {\Large ...}
\LARGE
only to be used as {\LARGE ...}
\huge
only to be used as {\huge ...}
\Huge
only to be used as {\Huge ...}
\HUGE
only to be used as {\HUGE ...}
center
i.e. \begin{center} ... \end{center}
flushleft
i.e. \begin{flushleft} ... \end{flushleft}
flushright
i.e. \begin{flushright} ... \end{flushright}
verbatim
i.e. \begin{verbatim} ... \end{verbatim}
tabular
i.e. \begin{tabular}{lll} ...&...\\ ... \end{tabular}
itemize
i.e. \begin{itemize} \item ... ... \end{itemize}
enumerate
i.e. \begin{enumerate} \item ... ... \end{enumerate}
description
i.e. \begin{description} \item[...] ... ... \end{description}
When writing your documentation using only this, you can be sure to get reasonable LaTeX and HTML documentation for your code.

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