Double Prime

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Reza on 10 Jun 2011
I am trying to type double prime for a x label and I cannot make it work. Instead of double prime I get two prime with extra distance.
I also used other potential symbols like \second and \dprime but did not work. Direct type of it (˝) or $$G''$$ did not work either. I am using a mac and latexit or other tex software produced what I meant correctly!
Furthermore, commands like xlabel('G'' ') also end up to the wrong thing and omit one of the primes!
Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 10 Jun 2011
which just happened to get mentioned in a different Question this morning.

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Matt Tearle
Matt Tearle on 10 Jun 2011
If it's just a matter of spacing, you could always remove some space between the primes:
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Reza on 11 Jun 2011
Perfect, thank you!

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Ivan van der Kroon
Ivan van der Kroon on 10 Jun 2011
gives you an xlabel as test'' You need double primes in strings for a single prime.

Arnaud Miege
Arnaud Miege on 10 Jun 2011
It looks OK to me:
Reza on 11 Jun 2011
Wrong, Quotation is different than double prime (or segond), at least in the mac.

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