While writing a paper in LaTeX I wanted to write something similiar to this:

But even thouh this might seem to be just a minor thing, it took me almost two hours to find a solution. Simply write:

1 | \lim_{\substack{x\rightarrow 0\\y\rightarrow 0}} f(x,y) |

Notice the * substack* command which allows one to have multiple lines in a subscript

This was very usefull! hope that you are glad to know that instaed of you, it only took me moreless one hour to find this! XD thanks!

Thanks! Very useful. Thanks to this post it took me only 10 mins!!!

Thanks so much for posting this. I needed to do the exact same thing for my dissertation, so you saved me a BUNCH of time looking for how to do it! Thanks again.

Thanks to you, it only took me two minutes to find the solution. Thanks a lot !!!

Just what I was looking for! Guess you just saved me about an hour – thanks!

Agree with the above. Thanks a lot for sharing!

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Yeah, that was extremely helpful. That was the shortest search I’ve ever done for anything in Latex.

took me less than 5 minutes thanks to this post. cheers, dude.

Thank you for posting this, Christian. Took me under a minute with google, thanks to you!

Cheers!

I think you can also use something like

\lim_{x \to 0 \atop y \to 0} f(x, y)