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How to write (La)TeX (with braces) [or any other TeX-related logo]

I try to typeset the XeLaTeX logo in a document that has to be run through pdfLaTeX (for a journal). I know that the logo is in xltxtra, but loading this package breaks the pdfLaTeX run. Is there a way to use part of the xltxtra package? I looked at the code, but it does not make sense to me.

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marked as duplicate by doncherry, Garbage Collector, diabonas, Marco Daniel, Martin Schröder Sep 19 '12 at 22:02

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Try hologo or metalogo packages, both implement it (among others) for pdftex and other engines.

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