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Adequate hyphenation of words already containing a hyphen

Is there any way to define permissible hyphenations for hyphenated words?

For example, even if I have hyphenations defined for the words semi and computable, LaTex still fails to break the word semi-computable. And if I add to the preamble

\hyphenation{se-mi-com-p-ut-a-ble}

that will only add a rule for semicomputable, not semi-computable.

EDIT: commentor had the answer Adequate hyphenation of words already containing a hyphen

Basically, writing semi"=computable should do the trick .

marked as duplicate by Stephen, Mensch, clemens, Claudio Fiandrino, T. Verron Jan 18 '13 at 12:17

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