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Show whitespace characters in monospace environments

I need to render an ASCII file for printing in a way that removes ambiguity if (very unlikely) one decides to type it in and validate the signatures. Essentially, I need a monospace typesetter that ...
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ConTeXt: How to achieve fine-grained font size control over the \type command?

In below minimum working example, I was able to configure the bodyfont in \setuptyping to 9.5pt. However, ConTeXt \setuptype documentation is not as detailed to explain me how I can achieve the same ...
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Bold monospace font extra-large

I would like to print very large (e.g., font size 43) monospaced bold text. The methods I know don't seem to go together: \documentclass[10pt, a4paper]{article} \usepackage{anyfontsize} ...
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Hyphenation when using \verb command

I'm having a problem using \verb command. Usually when I want some verbatim font in the current line (not in a new paragraph) I use the \verb command, not the verbatim environment. So, when I use ...
7
votes
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verbatim and CJK

I'm not familiar with chinese characters and fonts. But I have to type some characters into a document. XeLaTeX may be an option, but I'm looking for a solution with pdflatex. Here is my MWE, which I ...
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votes
1answer
780 views

Use verbatim inside \texttt

Why can't I use \begin{verbatim} inside \texttt? \texttt{ \small \begin{verbatim} iab <key> <expansion> <key> is the string which should be expanded to <expansion> ...
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votes
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Print $ inside \tt

How do I print a $ inside \tt? I tried escaping with a backslash, but didn't work. \tt{\$} throws an error. ! Argument of \OT1\^ has an extra } Update Sorry, the issue was not with $, but ...
2
votes
1answer
648 views

How to make all the entries in a table verbatim font

I have a large table in the tabular environment and I need to make all the text verbatim font. I know I can use \begin{verbatim}...\end{verbatim} for all the entries but they are just too much for me ...
2
votes
1answer
197 views

issues after verbatim section

I'm havin an issue which I cannot solve. If I have a subsubsection containing text with a verbatim section in between, the first line after the verbatim section is not aligned properly. If I put a ...
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308 views

Escaped characters in typewriter font

I know a number of ways to fix this (e.g. \usepackage[T1]{fontenc}), but I want to understand what's happening in the following example. \documentclass{article} \begin{document} \noindent \$ \% ...
7
votes
1answer
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verbatim environment does not produce monospace

I use quite a lot packages in my document and I cannot find which one's fault is that verbatim does not produce monospaces. Anyway, if I knew this, I have no idea how to solve problems when packages ...
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votes
2answers
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Define my own short-verb like macro?

I'm trying to define shorthand macros for \texttt that are a bit like the \verb ones. The end result is to do +asdf+ and this have the same effect as \texttt{asdf}. This is like the DefineShortVerb ...
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votes
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Difference between {\tt \{} and \verb+{+

Why is {\tt \{} typeset as an ordinary { and not the same as for instance \verb+{+? To illustrate: {\tt With tt:~ \{} \verb+With verb: {+ yields
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1answer
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Using \verbatiminput on filenames with underscores

I'm trying to include some source files using \verbatiminput{}. Some of these filenames have underscores in them. This works fine by default. But if I try to include the underscore package so that I ...
5
votes
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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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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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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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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]{% ...