I'd like to generate a command,
\dblsetminus, that will print, in math mode, an operator similar to
\setminus, but double. I've been able to approximate my desired operator with the following code:
The problem with this is that the spacing following my version of
\dblsetminus doesn't behave like the spacing following
\setminus. For instance, in an expression like
A\dblsetminus B the spacing after the operator is not the same as the spacing before the operator.
How can I get the surrounding spacing to behave like an operator's spacing should?