1 | initial version |

If you're working from the *notebook* you can use the `pretty_print`

function. In your example

```
pretty_print(g)
```

will display `2x`

as rendered LaTeX. I doesn't just typeset mathematics, either: you can also use it to prettify other objects, like long lists or dictionaries.

2 | No.2 Revision |

If you're working from the *notebook* you can use the `pretty_print`

function. In your example

```
pretty_print(g)
```

will display `2x`

as rendered LaTeX. I doesn't just typeset mathematics, either: you can also use it to prettify other objects, like long lists or ~~dictionaries.~~dictionaries. Here's a more interesting example

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