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\# \\$ \% \& \~ \_ \^ \{ \} are very different types of commands, \% makes a percent but \^ does not make ^ it is a command that takes an argument \^{a} constructing accented letters. You can use \detokenize{@Model.ReportTitle} then you basically only need to quote \( \} and \% to ensure that the construct has balanced braces. and add ...

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\usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} ... and then simply ö or \"o You used two apostrophes (\''o) and not a single " like \"o

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\newcommand{\stringnumber}[2]{% \ifnum #2>0 #1% \stringnumber{#1}{\numexpr#2-1} \fi } The previous code, when the number of requested repetitions is high, generates very long token lists. Here's a better implementation that avoids the problem. \documentclass{article} % it's better if the number of repetitions is first ...

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This depends on the font encoding in use. For example in the classic OT1 font encoding < and > do not appear as themselves but as inverted ! and ?. -- becoming an en-dash is a ligature, implemented within the font, the same way that ff becomes an ff ligature. So your list of which characters print as themselves may or may not include f depending on ...

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Build your own. The parameters \rlwd and \rldp can be changed, as well as the 1pt underset gap. \documentclass{article} \usepackage{calc,stackengine} \def\rlwd{.5pt} \def\rldp{.3ex} \def\underframe#1{\stackunder[1pt]{#1}{\rule[-\rldp]{\rlwd}{\rldp}\kern-\rlwd% \rule{\widthof{#1}}{\rlwd}\kern-\rlwd\rule[-\rldp]{\rlwd}{\rldp}}} \begin{document} This is a ...

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Those symbols are in IPA: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{tipa} \begin{document} \textsubbridge{t}\quad \textyogh\quad \textesh\quad \textdyoghlig\quad \textteshlig \end{document} For the last one you might prefer \texttoptiebar{t\textesh} The characters are available in some OpenType fonts, for example FreeSerif. Compile the following with ...

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