[NTG-context] Spacing in \unit - degrees

Alan Braslau alan.braslau at icloud.com
Thu Oct 13 01:55:38 CEST 2022


Further \unit question(s):

\unit{135℃} adds a space after the digits 135.
I do not believe that this is correct
(for ℃ is *not* a "real" unit, unlike \unit{408.15 K} which *is* a real
unit).

Also,
\unit{135°C} drops the "C". Is this a parsing bug?

Related,
\unit{90°} does not seem to introduce a space, as indeed it should not.

Alan


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