[tex-hyphen] tex-hyphen Digest, Vol 75, Issue 1

levan shoshiashvili shoshia at hotmail.com
Tue Aug 23 16:52:24 CEST 2016

Hi this is a Tex question. Ask this kind of questions at tex.stackexchange.com

in the ' \hypenation{word}' you give a rules how to hiphenate words.

move this command before \begin{document}.

Try like this

 \hypenation{hy-phe-na-tion a-no-ther exam-ple qu-es-t-ions}


hyphenation questions another example


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   1. Why does "\-" not work? (Adrian Fronda)
   2. Re: Why does "\-" not work? (Philip Taylor)


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Date: Sat, 20 Aug 2016 15:43:07 +0100
From: Adrian Fronda <Adrian at TransnationalRepublic.org>
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Subject: [tex-hyphen] Why does "\-" not work?
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Dear all,

I apologise for being a beginner to LaTeX and asking a question which in the eyes of many might appear stupid.

Anyway, I need some help with hyphenating, and I think this is the best place for asking questions of that nature.

I have a root file containing the following:
\documentclass[14pt, oneside, a4paper]{book}

\author{\href{mailto:Adrian at TransnationalRepublic.org}{Adrian\ Fisipojakene}}








No hyphenation happens spontaneously in the included files. If I use ?\-?, again, no hyphenation happens where it should. If I use \hypenation{word} inline, then the whole word disappears. I'd very much prefer to be able to use ?\-?, but I would put up with any other solution.

Can anybody help?

Many thanks

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Date: Sat, 20 Aug 2016 16:11:28 +0100
From: Philip Taylor <P.Taylor at Rhul.Ac.Uk>
To: Adrian Fronda <Adrian at TransnationalRepublic.org>
Cc: "About TeX hyphenation patterns." <tex-hyphen at tug.org>
Subject: Re: [tex-hyphen] Why does "\-" not work?
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Your example is (unfortunately) far too complex for me to answer your substantive question, but the sub-question "Why does \hyp[h]enation {/word/} inline [cause] the whole /word/ [to] disappear ?" is much easier to answer.

\hyphenation {<word>} tells TeX how to hyphenate subsequent occurrences of <word> in the text; it does not expand to a word with valid hyphenation points embedded but rather expands to the empty set.

Philip Taylor
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