# How to get my teletype (\tt) text to wrap to the next line, rather than run off the edge of the PDF? [duplicate]

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Much of the LaTeX documents I write deal with computer-sciencey stuff that I like to put in monospace using either \tt or \texttt, but if the pieces of text that I wrap in teletype are toward the end of a line in the pdf, instead of breaking to the next line, they continue off the edge of the PDF. Is there a way to get this to break to the next line?

A similar question to this regarding underlined text uses an extra package to do this. Is there a way for me to do this with the existing \tt command or is there some extra package that I will have to use?

Edit - Here is an example of the problem:

Here is a bunch of text explaining all the intimate details of the oh so very
like to reference the qualified name of an important method that I will then
go into a great amount of detail about,
so here it is {\tt fantasticPackageName.LongAndFancyClassName.importantMethodName()}


And the result:

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