It seems that it is diallowed to put more than one & per line in split
environment. So, the question is, where could i get this information ?
2013/1/2 Андрей Забавников <zabavnikov@...>
> Nope, this still not working:
>
> \documentclass[12pt]{article}
>
> \usepackage{a4wide}
> \usepackage{amsmath}
> \usepackage{amssymb}
> \usepackage{amsthm}
>
> \begin{document}
> fgkdflgkfldkglk:
> \begin{gather}
> T \geqslant \max\left(\dfrac{4\pi}{\delta}\left\lceil
> \dfrac{3c_{0}}{\varepsilon'\pi} + 1\right\rceil,
> \frac{3}{\varepsilon'}\left(8 \alpha_{0} + 8 \Lambda
> \alpha_{1} +
> \dfrac{2 \widetilde{\alpha}_{1}}{\Lambda} \right)
> \right), \\
> \intertext{lgfdgfd}
> \begin{aligned}
> \delta &= \dfrac{\pi\varepsilon'}{6c_{1}}, \\
> \alpha_{0} &= \dfrac{c_{0}}{\pi\delta}, \\
> \alpha_{1} &= \dfrac{c_{1}}{\pi\delta} +
> \dfrac{c_{0}}{\pi \delta^{2}}, \\
> \widetilde{\alpha}_{1} &= \dfrac{3c_{0} + 2
> \widetilde{c}_{1}}{\pi}, \\
> \end{aligned}
> \intertext{fdfkdjk, fdfdsfds, $c_{0}$, $c_{1}$,
> $\widetilde{c}_{1}$  fdkdlskk, djskfsjfj:}
> \begin{split}
> \int\limits_{\infty}^{+\infty} \leftf(t)\right
> \,dt & \leqslant c_{0} & < \infty , \\
> \int\limits_{\infty}^{+\infty} \lefttf(t)\right
> \,dt & \leqslant c_{1} & < \infty , \\
> \int\limits_{\infty}^{+\infty} \lefttf'(t)\right
> \,dt & \leqslant \widetilde{c}_{1} & <
> \infty. \\
> \end{split}
> \end{gather}
>
> \end{document}
>
>
>
> 2013/1/2 Андрей Забавников <zabavnikov@...>
>
>> Thanks to everybody, seems my books mislead me. I looked in amsldoc.pdf
>> and it says "In the structures that do alignment (split, align and
>> variants), relation symbols have an & before them but not after—unlike
>> eqnarray. Putting the & after the relation symbol will interfere with the
>> normal spacing; it has to go before." That's it, am I right (and i'm really
>> interested in the answer to this question) ?
>>
>>
>> 2013/1/2 Андрей Забавников <zabavnikov@...>
>>
>>> Hello to everybody ! First of all sorry for my English since I'm not a
>>> native speaker.
>>> What I wanted to know is whether it is normal for the following code not
>>> to compile with error:
>>>
>>> ! Extra alignment tab has been changed to \cr.
>>> <template> }$\hfill \endtemplate
>>>
>>> l.10 \end{split}
>>>
>>>
>>> CODE:
>>>
>>> \documentclass{article}
>>>
>>> \usepackage{amsmath}
>>>
>>> \begin{document}
>>> \begin{equation}
>>> \begin{split}
>>> g & < & f \\
>>> g & < & f \\
>>> \end{split}
>>> \end{equation}
>>>
>>> \end{document}
>>>
>>> END OF CODE
>>>
>>> Did i misunderstood somehow my books or is it some bug or whatever ?
>>>
>>
>>
>
