I have to edit a text (actually a diary) where the line quite often ends with: .– (point and dash) eg.
"Last night I took the subway.–"
LaTeX does not break the word "subway" if it's at the end of the line.
From this how to get latex to hyphenate a word that contains a dash? i understand that the package hyphenat might be of some help, but I don't understand the manual.
Is there a way to tell LaTeX to regard ".–" just as it would do with ", !, ?, ., ;" etc.?