[texhax] \protect in Plain TeX
zappathustra at free.fr
Sun Oct 16 09:31:10 CEST 2011
Le 16/10/2011 09:18, Vafa Khalighi a écrit :
> \protect is defined in LaTeX but not in Plain TeX. I was wondering if
> one also would need to use \protect in Plain TeX for making macro
> definitions with moving arguments. If so, then what should you use
> instead \protect in Plain TeX or how should \protect be defined for
> Plain TeX?
Use eTeX's \protected prefix when defining the command:
prints "\foo /BAR!" on the log and terminal.
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