I'm trying to get an arrow that has an arrow head pointing north east and south west, so like `\updownarrow`

but rotated. I can't seem to find this in LaTeX at all. It has to go inside an `equation`

environment.

Any ideas?

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# [Tex/LaTex] \nearrow and \swarrow together

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I'm trying to get an arrow that has an arrow head pointing north east and south west, so like `\updownarrow`

but rotated. I can't seem to find this in LaTeX at all. It has to go inside an `equation`

environment.

Any ideas?

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## Best Answer

The powerful

`\ooalign`

wins; TeX is able to figure out the widths itself.See \subseteq + \circ as a single symbol ("open subset") for more information about

`\ooalign`

.