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Part of the troff suite of Unix document layout tools, eqn is a
preprocessor that formats equations for printing. A similar
program, neqn, accepted the same input as eqn, but produced output
tuned to look better in nroff. The eqn program was created in 1974
by Brian Kernighan and Lorinda Cherry. The input language used by
eqn allows the user to write mathematical expressions in much the
same way as they would be spoken aloud. The eqn language is similar
to the mathematical component of TeX, which appeared several years
later, but is simpler and less complete.
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