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I would like to get this char within general text in latex: "

But I only am able to get or

i.e. I would like to include the U+0022 unicode char in my document. But if I do this: \char"0022 I still get the \textquotedblright char. How can i get a simple plaintext double quotes in latex?

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\documentclass{article}
\usepackage[T1]{fontenc}


\begin{document}
"abc"

\textquotedbl abc\textquotedbl

\verb+"abc"+

\texttt{"abc"}
\end{document}

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With ngerman only the second and third will work as expected.

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When using ngerman try this one:

\texttt{\dq{}example\dq}

-> "example"

Otherwise look here: Straight quotes?

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