How do I make the following integral symbols in Latex?

I know how to make an integral and the limit. I don't know how to make it with the lines through it.

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# [Tex/LaTex] Integral symbol with high and low dashes

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How do I make the following integral symbols in Latex?

I know how to make an integral and the limit. I don't know how to make it with the lines through it.

## Best Answer

Using the code from the entry The Principal Value Integral symbol (which defines the macro

`\dashint`

) in theUK List of TeX FAQsas a starting point, it is reasonably straightforward to define two new macros,`\lowdashint`

and`\highdashint`

, that place a "dash" symbol -- actually, a "minus" symbol -- a bit lower and a bit higher, respectively, than`\dashint`

does.In the code below, the macros

`\lowdashint`

and`\highdashint`

are set up only for display-style and text-style math modes. (I can't imagine they'll occur in expressions in first-level, let alone second-level, subscripts and superscripts. However, please tell me if this assumption is invalid.)You should, of course, feel free to change the vertical positions of the dashes -- cf the arguments of the

`\lower`

and`\raise`

commands -- to suit your stylistic preferences.