[texhax] TeX command works for "1 Foo" but not for "11 Foo"
martin f krafft
madduck at madduck.net
Wed Oct 31 11:57:25 CET 2007
also sprach Susan Dittmar <SDittmar at eureca.de> [2007.10.31.1140 +0100]:
> \makeatletter just allows the usage of @ as part of a command name.
> This already is true inside package files (style files). I'm surprised it
> is true in the preamble aswell
It's not. I define the command in a .sty file I then incorporate
When I was trying to redefine the way description items are
rendered in the preamble, I had to make use of \makeatletter:
I suppose this was because something somehwere made use of an @ sign.
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