# prodint – A font that provides the product integral symbol

Product integrals are to products, as integrals are to sums. They have been around for more than a hundred years, they have not become part of the standard mathematicianâ€™s toolbox, possibly because no-one invented the right mathematical symbol for them. The authors have remedied that situation by proposing the symbol and providing this font.

Sources | `/fonts/prodint` |

Documentation | |

Version | 2001-08-09 |

License | The SIL Open Font License |

Maintainer | Richard Gill J C Loredo-Osti |

Contained in | TeX Live as prodint |

MiKTeX as prodint | |

Topics |
support for typesetting mathematics |

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