is the low‐level box representation for in notebook expressions.
- SubsuperscriptBox is the low-level representation of Subsuperscript. Except for low-level notebook expression manipulation, SubsuperscriptBox should not need to be used directly.
- SubsuperscriptBox[x,y,z] can be input as when inside .
- To create a SubsuperscriptBox in a notebook, use either Ctrl+_ to begin a regular subscript or Ctrl+^ to begin a regular superscript. After typing the first script, use Ctrl+% to move to the opposite script position. Ctrl+Space moves out of the subscript or superscript position.
- In StandardForm, SubsuperscriptBox[x,y,z] is interpreted on input as Power[Subscript[x,y],z].
- The baseline of SubsuperscriptBox[x,y,z] is taken to be the baseline of x.
- SubsuperscriptBox[x,y,z] is usually output with y and z in a smaller font than x.
- In StandardForm, explicit SubsuperscriptBox objects are output literally. You can use DisplayForm to see the display form of such objects.
Introduced in 1996
(3.0)| Updated in 2007