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\documentclass{article}
\begin{document}

\newcommand{\libesleqn}[1]{%
	\setlength{\tabcolsep}{2pt}
	\begin{center} 
	\vspace{8pt}
	\input #1
	\vspace{8pt}
	\end{center}
}

\newcommand{\libeslmodel}[1]{%
	\begin{center} 
	\vspace{8pt}
	\input #1
	\vspace{8pt}
	\end{center}
}

\newcommand{\tabspace}{\vspace{1em}}

\title{Libesl \LaTeX\ equation demo}
\author{Allin Cottrell}
\date{November 1999}
\maketitle

This is just a little file to demo the facility for generating
\LaTeX\ equations in libesl.  To generate a file suitable
for inclusion below, do something like the following at the
command prompt:

\vspace{6pt}

\verb+eslclient data4-1+

\verb+? ols 1 0 2+

\verb+? eqnprint+

\vspace{6pt}

\noindent and \texttt{model\_1.tex} will be generated.

\libesleqn{model_1}

That's all!

\end{document}