{typewriter} is the term used for a "monospaced" font, that is, a font in which all characters have the same width.

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Display “.\integrate blah” in monospaced font (like \texttt and \verb)

I'm trying to display the following: .\integrate blah in a monospaced font. For everything else I've wanted to put in a monospace font, \texttt or \verb has worked fine, but it doesn't with this. ...
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Bold Typewriter Type fonts

I found out that there are cmbtt10 and cmttb10 fonts available. Unfortunately they are not used until I activate them with the \font macro, so just searching for those fonts is not possible. The ...
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Using \texttt with polyglossia Hebrew

\texttt does not work as expected when using it with the polyglossia package, in a segment in the Hebrew language, even when the actual text to be set is Latin. I tried reading fontspec documentation, ...
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\texttt overfull hbox problem

I asked a question earlier about \verb and overfull hbox : In-line \verb -- overfull hbox problem And regarding the solution there, changed many of my \verbs to \texttt{}s. I have come up with a new ...
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Prevent hyphenation in \texttt words

Background The text contains programming variable names such as report_city and SUBREPORT_FILE. All such variables are marked up with \texttt. Problem Some variable names are hyphenated: ...
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Double quotes with monospaced font and LuaLaTeX

I am trying to set the following minimal document: \documentclass[a4paper,11pt]{article} \usepackage{fontspec} \setmonofont{Inconsolata} \begin{document} \begin{verbatim} <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC ...
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How can I create a full-size circumflex in typewriter font?

I have some C source code and would like to show the circumflex or caret (^) in the way it is typically shown in source code -- as a full-size character. The source code will be appearing in ...
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When should one use \verb and when \texttt

Sometimes people here use \verb!A SHORT COMMAND! and sometimes \textt{A SHORT COMMAND}. I'm unsure when to use which. Are there any guidelines or arguments for \verbatim vs. \texttt?
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Alternative monospace fonts

My document uses the txfonts package, which provides Times Roman, Helvetica and what appears to be a facsimile of Courier. However, I dislike the monospace font and find it to be particularly ugly. I ...
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unicode \begin{verbatim} with cmtt?

A lot of leading-edge programming languages (like Coq and Agda) allow nearly unrestricted use of unicode symbols in program text, so you can have math characters like $\otimes$ (Unicode U+2A02) as ...
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A monospace or typewriter font with matching math support

This might sound odd but I really like the old typewriter books from the pre-TeX era (the type of books that inspired Knuth to make TeX!). I don't know the exact reason, maybe its because I am very ...
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parameter passing to \verb|| environment

I happen to write the following code over and over again. {\color{blue}\verb|>|} {\footnotesize\verb|HI|} So, I came up with the following code to make it a command. \newcommand{\result}[2]{% ...
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How to get long \texttt sections to break

I often format path names with \texttt which can be very long. Usually Tex will not break this text. The line will just create a hbox overflow. It looks like this: ................ ...C:\documents ...