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Looking for calligraphic letters in LaTeX?

Well, the hardest part for me was to figure out how to write “calligraphic” with my somehow unactivated spellchecker. That’s not “callygraphic”, not “calygraphic”, for instance. Anyway, as mentioned in this big guide at page 76, math alphabets such as \mathcal{yourLetter} will probably make you happy. Some funkier styles are available, such as the old gothic \textgoth{yourLetter}. Note that most of them (not mathcal, though) require some packages, as usual…

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