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Escape character in LaTeX

How do you write the # character in LaTeX?

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You just escape the #.

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Is there another way? I've a bib manage that is not escaping a # and always wants to rebuild the bib file (so if I escape it manually, it gets regularly unescaped ): – drevicko Feb 16 at 16:05