# Definition:normctsdualqHahnptilde

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The LaTeX DLMF and DRMF macro \normctsdualqHahnptilde represents the normalized continuous dual ${\displaystyle{\displaystyle q}}$-Hahn tilde polynomial.

This macro is in the category of polynomials.

In math mode, this macro can be called in the following ways:

\normctsdualqHahnptilde{n} produces ${\displaystyle{\displaystyle{\displaystyle{\tilde{p}}_{n}}}}$
\normctsdualqHahnptilde{n}@{x}{a}{b}{c}{q} produces ${\displaystyle{\displaystyle{\displaystyle{\tilde{p}}_{n}\!\left(x;a,b,c|q% \right)}}}$
\normctsdualqHahnptilde{n}@@{x}{a}{b}{c}{q} produces ${\displaystyle{\displaystyle{\displaystyle{\tilde{p}}_{n}\!\left(x\right)}}}$