I am currently employed at university to proof-read lecture notes. This means I read quite a lot of text and correct language errors / wrong references to tables / images, but I also try to improve the LaTeX source.
I saw that the document makes use of two ways to quote:
Both quotes seem to be rendered exactly the same way.
I have two questions:
1. What is the difference between those two ways to quote?
2. What should I use (best practice) to quote?
I currently think that defining a new command like:
might be a good way. So I can grep through the source files and replace every instance of the other quotes. This way, I can be sure that every quote has a "matching quote". But I am not sure if this has any negative effects.
(I've added the "quoting" and "csquotes" tags as StackExchange suggested, but I'm not sure if this is appropriate. I've not heard of csquotes before, but I think this might be an answer to the second question.)