$Revision: 1.3 $
$Date: 2002/06/12 11:18:14 $
inlineequation — A mathematical equation or expression occurring inline
inlineequation ::= ((alt?, (graphic+|inlinemediaobject+)))
InlineEquations are expressions (usually mathematical) that occur in the text flow.
InlineEquation should not contain Graphic. Instead, it should contain InlineGraphic. Within an InlineEquation, Graphic should be rendered inline.
In DocBook V5.0, InlineGraphic and Graphic will be discarded.
These elements contain inlineequation: application, attribution, bibliomisc, bridgehead, citation, citetitle, emphasis, entry, firstterm, foreignphrase, glosssee, glossseealso, glossterm, lineannotation, link, literallayout, lotentry, member, msgaud, olink, para, phrase, productname, programlisting, quote, refentrytitle, remark, screen, screeninfo, seg, segtitle, simpara, subtitle, synopsis, td, term, th, title, titleabbrev, tocback, tocentry, tocfront, ulink.
The following elements occur in inlineequation: alt, graphic, inlinemediaobject.
<!DOCTYPE para PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DocBook XML V4.1.2//EN" "http://www.oasis-open.org/docbook/xml/4.1.2/docbookx.dtd"> <para> Einstein's theory of relativity includes one of the most widely recognized formulas in the world: <inlineequation> <alt>e=mc^2</alt> <graphic fileref="figures/emc2.png"/> </inlineequation> </para>
Einstein's theory of relativity includes one of the most widely recognized formulas in the world:
For additional examples, see also inlinemediaobject.