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The second and fourth arguments specify the opening and closing delimiters, respectively.
The third argument is the content to be enclosed.
\par\mathCodeExample{\enclose[Big]{[}{\dfrac{1}{2}}{]}} % chktex 9
\par\mathCodeExample{\enclose[Big][{\dfrac{1}{2}}]} % chktex 9
\par\mathCodeExample{\enclose[auto]{[}{\dfrac{1}{2}}{]}} % chktex 9
\textbf{Note:} This command should normally be used only in the definition of other commands.
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\item[paren] is an alternative to \codeCommand{\enclose}, with a different ordering of arguments.
Its syntax is \codeCommand{\paren[#1]{#2}{#3}{#4}}, which is simply mapped to \codeCommand{\enclose[#1]{#2}{#4}{#3}}.
\par\mathCodeExample{\paren[Big]{[}{]}{\dfrac{1}{2}}}
\par\mathCodeExample{\paren[Big][]{\dfrac{1}{2}}}
\par\mathCodeExample{\paren[auto]{[}{]}{\dfrac{1}{2}}}
\end{commandlist}
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