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I am writing my thesis and am using abbreviations. I have a tex file where I list all my abbreviations:

\chapter*{Abbreviations}
\addcontentsline{toc}{chapter}{Abbreviations}
\begin{acronym}
\acro{UI}{User Interface}
\acro{IoT}{Internet of Things}
\end{acronym}

In the tex file where I have the documentation, I am using the \usepackage[printonlyused]{acronym} and I refer to my abbreviation like this \acr{IoT}. The first one is shown like this Internet of Things (IoT) and then the others like this IoT. How can I make the abbreviation show completely in some parts of text except the first time that I am using the abbreviation? Thanks!!

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I found \acf which does that job.

Example:

\ac{IoT} is \acf{IoT}

will show IoT is Internet of Things(IoT)

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