Similar to my previous question, I have a few sentences ending
chktex recommends I insert intersentence spacing (
ACRONYM\@; word). I can't find a decent reference to explain why an intersentence spacing should be used mid-sentence - I assume that, should I not precede a semicolon with an acronym, an intersentence spacing is used?
If intersentence spacing is the correct choice (as opposed to my naive assumption of interword spacing), my question: is this a styling issue (I should choose intersentence because that's the way the semicolons not preceded by acronyms will be spaced), or is one spacing more technically correct than the other?
Is there a set of English typography rules I can reference when I'm unsure why I'm doing one thing over another?