Underoverscript

Underoverscript[x, y, z]
is an object that formats as .

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  • To enter an underoverscript in a notebook, use either Ctrl+$ to create a normal underscript or Ctrl+& to create a normal overscript. After typing the first script, use Ctrl+% to create the opposite script position. Ctrl+Space moves out of the underscript or overscript position.
  • Input of the form in a notebook is interpreted as Underoverscript[x, y, z].
  • Underoverscript[x, y, z] formats as in StandardForm and TraditionalForm.
  • In InputForm, Underoverscript[x, y, z] formats literally as Underoverscript[x, y, z].

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Type x Ctrl+& z Ctrl+% y to enter directly:

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The baseline is that of :

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