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The behavior is readily explained by looking at Cuadro 2 in the documentation of babel-spanish: "a "A "o "O Ordinals: 1.a 1.A 1.o 1.O This means that an input such as 1"a will be rendered as 1.a but any appearance of "a will become .a (and similarly for "A, "o and "O). You can globally disable this by using the es-noshorthands option ...


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In babel use also option es-noshorthand. Your minimal example will look like: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[spanish,es-noshorthands]{babel} \begin{document} \texttt{"avg"} \texttt{"a} \verb|"a| \end{document} And the output is: More of this is here.



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