# Remember own LaTeX commands [duplicate]

In my LaTeX writings I always use the same abbreviated commands, since many years. For example, I use "\z" for "\langle" and "\x" for "\rangle", or "\fr" for "\displaystyle\frac", and so on..

Is it possible to implement a solution that remembers the user's own additional LaTeX commands somehow? (Or maybe such feature does already exist?)

• Not yet available. I proposed something similar here. Something like this will almost certainly necessitate the loading of the begingroup extension. Mar 19 '13 at 11:12
• What? \z \x? But then you don't get to say "langle rangle" in your head whenever you generate a subgroup.
– Alexander Gruber Mod
Mar 20 '13 at 21:10
• @Berci for \displaystyle\frac you could use \dfrac
– user17762
Mar 20 '13 at 21:23
• I have asked about solutions which could serve as a workaround if this is not implemented: Is there some way to include some default text quickly in a post? Feb 14 '20 at 16:18