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comment How to right align content of pbox?
I would like to but I'm afraid I cannot :( Licencing issues. I tried to isolate the cause and post some example but it is taking too much time - code that creates content of \pbox is rather complex. Anyway, solution from @JLDiaz answer works well.
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comment How to right align content of pbox?
Works in this simple example but does not when content of \pbox is more complex.
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accepted How to right align content of pbox?
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asked How to right align content of pbox?
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revised \pbox vertical alignment
I believe that the question is about vertical not horizontal alighment
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comment How to detect that some macro expands to empty string or spaces only?
That \makeatletter and \makeatother are necessary there? What is their function?
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comment How to detect that some macro expands to empty string or spaces only?
@egreg Unfortunately Donald Arsenau's \given macro only works with arguments, it does not work correctly if argument of \given is another macro. Your other code in answerhttp://tex.stackexchange.com/a/94931/3442 uses the other syntax (not \if...\else...\fi)
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revised How to detect that some macro expands to empty string or spaces only?
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asked How to detect that some macro expands to empty string or spaces only?
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comment Is “conditionals” name of package?
@Joseph Wright I did not know that it is obscure suppport package at the first place... I do not want to use it if that is the case. I will probably just accept the only answer and ask another, better formulated question.
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comment Is “conditionals” name of package?
@Martin Scharrer It is that correct \if\blank{...} is the syntax used and I also expect it to expand to either 01 or 11. And the reason I like it is really the one you mentioned: I prefer to work with \if.. \else \fi rather then \@if..{..}{..}. I have programming background so that fits me better. My problem is that that blank command seems not to work with macros. So while \if\blank{#1} works correctly, \if\blank{\myEmpty} does not.