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I am very noob with latex.

I have to compile latex file with following code:

\includegraphics[width=5.5cm]{### LOGO ###}\\

Compilation with pdflatex fails with

! Illegal parameter number in definition of \@tempb.
<to be read again> 
                    
l.27 \includegraphics[width=5.5cm]{### LOGO ###}
                                                \\
? 
! Emergency stop.

Which file does it awaiting? I have LOGO.SVG in directory with the file. Or is there other reason to fail I simply don't know?

IMPORTANT: unfortunality I can not change tex file for now, this is not my part of project.

Sorry for bad English.

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    Why are you writing ### LOGO ### and not just LOGO? Note that DVG is normally not among the supports image formats for latex, but that can be fised via certain packages. – daleif Aug 24 '20 at 10:30
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    the file is really called that??? It's not simply a placeholder for a a project-specific file to be added? If you really must use \myhash defined as \edef\myhash{\string#} then \myhash\myhah\myhash\space LOGO... – David Carlisle Aug 24 '20 at 10:32
  • It's how file was stored in DB. We do refactoring on our ARM since it's developers abadon it last year. So I simply don't know why it was written this way. – Alexander Mudrov Aug 24 '20 at 10:37
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If you cannot change the TeX file, you will not be able to resolve this issue for either:

  1. # in a filename won‘t be accepted by TeX because it is a special character. David pointed out a solution if your filename is really ### LOGO ### but I suspect that.
  2. According to your question the file is called Logo.svg. As of now, svg cannot be directly read by TeX, the simplest solution would be to convert the svg to a pdf.

The easiest solution would be to convert your Logo.svg to Logo.pdf and then change your code to read: \includegraphics[width=5.5cm]{Logo}

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