printing visible space in \tex
Dear list, I would like to use \tex{visiblespace} which is actually character. c. \starttext \tex{\u2420} \stoptext Above is the way I tried to implement, but it doesn’t make sense. How could I do it? Many thanks for your help, Pablo  http://www.ousia.tk
Am 02.02.2014 um 19:12 schrieb Pablo Rodriguez
Dear list,
I would like to use \tex{visiblespace} which is actually character. c.
\starttext \tex{\u2420} \stoptext
Above is the way I tried to implement, but it doesn’t make sense.
How could I do it?
\setuptype [space=on] \setuptyping[space=on] \starttext \type{x y} \starttyping x y \stoptyping Wolfgang
On 02/02/2014 07:16 PM, Wolfgang Schuster wrote:
Am 02.02.2014 um 19:12 schrieb Pablo Rodriguez
: I would like to use \tex{visiblespace} which is actually character u2420. [...]
\setuptype [space=on] \setuptyping[space=on]
\starttext
\type{x y}
\starttyping x y \stoptyping
Many thanks for the quick reply, Wolfgang. I’m afraid it doesn’t work this with option=TEX and "\ a": \setuptype [space=on,option=TEX] \setuptyping[space=on,option=TEX] \starttext \type{\ y} \starttyping \ y \stoptyping \stoptext I actually need backslash plus space character. Many thanks for your help, Pablo  http://www.ousia.tk
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