Wolfram Language & System 10.4 (2016)|Legacy Documentation

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Greek Letters

The Wolfram Language allows Greek letters to be fully integrated into symbol names, strings, and graphicsand to be entered from palettes or using keyboard shortcuts. The Wolfram System includes rendering of both ordinary and variant Greek letters in all its standard fonts.

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Lowercase Greek Letters

α  ▪  β  ▪  γ  ▪  δ  ▪  ϵ  ▪  ζ  ▪  η  ▪  θ  ▪  ι  ▪  κ  ▪  λ  ▪  μ  ▪  ν  ▪  ξ  ▪  ο  ▪  π  ▪  ρ  ▪  σ  ▪  τ  ▪  υ  ▪  ϕ  ▪  χ  ▪  ψ  ▪  ω

α alpha (EscaEsc) θ theta (EscthEsc)

τ tau (EsctEsc) ω omega (EscwEsc)

\[Alpha]  ▪  \[Theta]  ▪  \[Lambda]  ▪  \[Mu]  ▪  \[Phi]  ▪  \[Omega]  ▪  ...

Uppercase Greek Letters

Α  ▪  Β  ▪  Γ  ▪  Δ  ▪  Ε  ▪  Ζ  ▪  Η  ▪  Θ  ▪  Ι  ▪  Κ  ▪  Λ  ▪  Μ  ▪  Ν  ▪  Ξ  ▪  Ο  ▪  Π  ▪  Ρ  ▪  Σ  ▪  Τ  ▪  Υ  ▪  Φ  ▪  Χ  ▪  Ψ  ▪  Ω

Δ capital delta (EscDEsc) Ψ capital psi (EscPsEsc)

\[CapitalAlpha]  ▪  \[CapitalDelta]  ▪  \[CapitalPsi]  ▪  ...

Variant Forms »

ε  ▪  ϑ  ▪  ϰ  ▪  ϖ  ▪  ϱ  ▪  ς  ▪  φ  ▪  ϒ  ▪  ...

ε curly epsilon (EscceEsc) φ curly phi (EsccphEsc)

\[CurlyEpsilon]  ▪  \[CurlyTheta]  ▪  \[CurlyPhi]  ▪  \[FinalSigma]  ▪  ...

Archaic Greek Letters

ϝ (\[Digamma])  ▪  ϟ (\[Koppa])  ▪  ϛ (\[Stigma])  ▪  ϡ (\[Sampi])  ▪  Ϝ (\[CapitalDigamma])  ▪  Ϟ (\[CapitalKoppa])  ▪  Ϛ (\[CapitalStigma])  ▪  Ϡ (\[CapitalSampi])

Pi Wolfram Language symbol π (entered as EscpEsc)