# Getting LaTeX code from Sage when running %display latex

I typically use

```
%display latex
```

at the beginning of all of my worksheets, so that the equations are rendered in LaTeX (when using .display(), for example). However, now I want to copy some of these equations into a LaTeX document, and I can't figure out how to "revert" them back to code. All my view(eq), print(eq), latex(eq.display()) all seem to spit out the rendered tex, or sometimes information about the object, like "rank 2 tensor g".

Is there a way I can do this without removing the display command at the beginning and re-running the sheet?

EDIT: Maybe more info is needed. I'm running Jupyter notebooks, Sage 8.7 on a linux machine. I'm pretty sure I used the Ubuntu binaries in this case to install.

Right click on any equation to open the MathJax contextual menu. Choose

Show Math Asand thenTeX Commands. This opens a small window with the LaTeX source used to render the equation. You can copy the contents of this window.By the way, to revert the effect of

`%display latex`

, you can use`%display default`

or`%display plain`

. However, you then need to reevaluate the cells.I marked below as answer, but this totally works as well.