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comment Citations with no date, e.g. (Aristotle n.d.)
Ah, excellent. That feels like a bit of a hack, but it definitely gets the job done. Thanks!
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comment How can I avoid extra whitespace after using a macro before punctuation?
@lockstep -- \xspace is exactly what I'm after, thanks. Would you care to add that as an answer so I can mark it accepted?
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comment How can I avoid extra whitespace after using a macro before punctuation?
That's the problem I'm trying to solve, @jonalv -- I would like to use the same macro with and without a following space, and would like LaTeX to figure out which is which. If I define \entity as \newcommand{\entity}{\emph{Name of Entity} } I also get this behaviour ("\ " seems equivalent in command definitions to " ").
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comment How can I avoid extra whitespace after using a macro before punctuation?
That works, but I'd greatly prefer a way to make the macro behave sensibly that doesn't require me to manually encode spaces.
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