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How to reduce the space between two slashes when using \url?

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How to include a # sign in a url using the \endnotes package

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Method for LaTeX to ignore special characters in a phrase

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National characters in URLs not working with hyperref [duplicate]

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Hyperref: Scandinavian characters (æø) don't work in \url, hyperlink is wrong

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