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In the code below, the second argument to \examplecode is simultaneously both the name of a file and the title of a frame. It fails when the filename contains an underscore.

\documentclass[a4paper,10pt,openany]{scrbook}

\usepackage{minted}
\usepackage{mdframed}

\newcommand{\examplecode}[2]
{
    \mdfsetup{frametitle={\colorbox{white}{\space #2 \space}}}

    \begin{mdframed}

    \inputminted[linenos,fontsize=\footnotesize,baselinestretch=.7]{#1}{src/#2}
    \end{mdframed}
}

\begin{document}

\examplecode{c}{testfile.c}    % ok
\examplecode{c}{test_file.c}   % error

\end{document}

How do I handle #2 so that it can be used for both these purposes?

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Your code fails because you can't use _ in text mode. The easiest solution would be to redefine \_ locally in your command:

\newcommand{\examplecode}[2]{
    \mdfsetup{frametitle={\colorbox{white}{\space #2 \space}}}
    \begin{mdframed}
        \def\_{_}
        \inputminted[linenos,fontsize=\footnotesize,baselinestretch=.7]{#1}{src/#2}
    \end{mdframed}
}

and use it in the call:

\examplecode{c}{text\_file.c}
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  • Thanks. Does that \def affect anything outside the mdframed environment? – spraff Feb 2 '17 at 21:11
  • No, it does not. – schtandard Feb 2 '17 at 23:00
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Another way I've done this is to wrap the file name argument in another pair of curly brackets like:

\inputminted[linenos,fontsize=\footnotesize,baselinestretch=.7]{#1}{{src/#2}}
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