# Double Escaping Not Necessary

Remember how we used to have to double up on every backslash?

\frac{2}{3} \\frac{2}{3}

note: Exact copy and paste might break sometimes, in which case you’ll need to add in some white space. e.g. \sinx\sin x

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Will the code already written with double backslashes remain supported?

It certainly will! Let us know if you run into any issues.

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Can students do the same? Copy equations from desmos?

They always could. This is just affecting the CL.

Oh! I actually never thought of doing that.