Arrows and Arrow-Like Forms

The Wolfram Language supports not only arbitrary arrow graphics, but also a selection of convenient arrow-like characters that automatically extend when appropriate. Each of these characters can also be used as an element of Wolfram Language syntax, representing a formal operator named after the character, so that complex arrow-based structures can easily be built up symbolically.

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Single Arrows

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\[RightArrow]  ▪  \[LongRightArrow]  ▪  \[LeftRightArrow]  ▪  \[UpperLeftArrow]  ▪  ...

Double Arrows

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\[DoubleRightArrow]  ▪  \[DoubleLongRightArrow]  ▪  ...

Vector-Like Forms

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\[RightVector]  ▪  \[RightDownVector]  ▪  ...

Multiple-Arrow Forms

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\[LeftArrowRightArrow]  ▪  \[ReverseEquilibrium]  ▪  ...

Barred Forms

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\[RightArrowBar]  ▪  \[DownRightVectorBar]  ▪  \[RightUpVectorBar]  ▪  ...

Tee-Like Forms

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\[RightTeeArrow]  ▪  \[RightTee]  ▪  \[DoubleRightTee]  ▪  ...

RightArrow, ... operators displayed and input using \[RightArrow], ...

Arrow graphics primitive to specify arbitrary graphical arrows