Developed at Wolfram Research over nearly 20 years, the Wolfram Language has by far the world's most sophisticated and convenient mathematical typesetting technology. Generalizing the concept of a computer language to allow 2D input, the Wolfram Language allows both interactive and programmatic entry of arbitrarily complex typeset expressions, with publication-quality layout continuously maintained in real time.
StandardForm — Wolfram Language unambiguous format ()
TraditionalForm — traditional textbook math notation ()
InputForm — linear input form ()
Palettes ▶ Other ▶ Basic Math Input — bring up a palette of common input notations
( or ) ▪ () ▪ () ▪ () ▪ ...
π (p) ▪ (ii) ▪ ∞ (inf) ▪ ∫ (int) ▪ (differential d) (dd) ▪ α (a) ▪ ...
Text — text within math
HoldForm — display expressions without evaluating them
Inactivate — inactivate operations throughout an expression and display them in gray
DisableFormatting — prevent the formatting of held expressions