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How to print '~' character using latex [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: URL with tilde character? I tried \~, which doesn't work; the ~ will appear on top of the following letter. ~ will print nothing but an empty spot. What I want is to print a ...
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How to generate this symbol~ in pdf using latex [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: URL with tilde character? How to generate this line in pdf using latex. http://www.google.com/~find/ How can I create ~find in latex. I tried \~\ find which creates only ...
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Writing tilde in footnote url [duplicate]

I try to write footnote in my file as \footnote{http://chasen.org/\~taku/software/yamcha/} But the tilde is compiled as /∼ in my web browser. So it can not reach the webpage. I tried using ...
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How to write special character (~) in a URL in a bibliography [duplicate]

I am writing a URL in a web reference in latex. The link contains this special character ~ that when I compile the tex file to PDF, it disappear. The link becomes invalid. How can I add the special ...
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how to write a copyable “~” (tilde) in a link of bibliography [duplicate]

I want to have a link on the pdf output of tex file such that when someone copies that and pastes it on a browser (and not by clicking on it), it works. My link has "~", so when I copy it, either ...
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How does one insert a backslash or a tilde (~) into LaTeX?

How does one insert a "\" (backslash) into the text of a LaTeX document? And how does one insert a "~" (tilde)? (If you insert \~, it will give you a tilde as an accent over the following letter.) I ...
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Correctly typesetting a tilde

How do I set the tilde (~) character correctly in LaTeX? There’s a question discussing that on Stack Overflow, with a lot of answers. But dare I say it? They all suck: \textasciitilde is too high, \...
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Add a hyperlink in bibtex

It's cool to add a hyperlink in references like this: I want to know how to add the blue box in bibtex. For example, the following article's link is "ee". @inproceedings{DBLP:conf/osdi/DeanG04, ...
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Why is docstrip putting extra macro calls in a hyperlink inside a footnote that has a tilde?

Here's a minimal example of Docstrip putting extra macro bits into a \href call inside a footnote when the URL has a tilde: % \iffalse \documentclass[a4paper]{ltxdoc} \usepackage{hyperref} \begin{...
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Opening a PDF URL with tilde character link using Google Chrome [closed]

I am using hyperref to create an url with tilde character link in a pdf document, as shown below: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{hyperref} \begin{document} \url{http://lyle.smu.edu/~tspell/jaws}...
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Is it possible to have URLs link from a pdf to the webpage? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How does one insert a URL correctly? I'm writing up a document, and at one point I cite a file online found at http://www.math.uconn.edu/~kconrad/blurbs/grouptheory/groupsp3....
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How to deal with a tilde in url's in Mendeley?

If a link in an url contains ~, Mendeley changes it to $\sim$ and hyperref links just don't work. I use pdflatex and biblatex. Is there a quick way how to change manually the link in Mendeley to fix ...
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Is there a good way to write URLs with tilde without using url or hyperref packages?

I want to write URLs, but the stylesheet cannot be used with url or hyperref packages. Then if I copy the urls from my pdf file and paste them to the browser, tilde symbols become %2(+a weird ...
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Citing webpage with ~ in address

Here is the exact webpage I want to cite: \bibitem{BrouwerSRG}A. Brouwer. Strongly Regular Graphs table http://www.win.tue.nl/~aeb/graphs/srg/srgtab1-50.html \filbreak Now, if I type ...
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LaTeX on the reference including the wave line

There is a reference I have to use, which is just an URL but there is a wave line (tilde) located in the middle of the URL. I don't know how to express it exactly. The code I used now is as follows: @...