\longimplies

Command in package math.

Synopsis

\implies[direction]

Description

Creates an long "implies" arrow. By default, the arrow is oriented from the left
to the right. This can by changed by the optional argument direction. The latter
must be one of the letters r, l, t, u, d, b; meaning "right", "left",
"top", "up", "down", and "bottom", respectively. "top" and "up" are the same, and
so are "down" and "bottom"

Examples

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\longimplies
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\longimplies[r]
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\longimplies[l]
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\longimplies[t]
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\longimplies[u]
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\longimplies[d]
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\longimplies[b]
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