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Am Montag, 23. Februar 2009 22:34 schrieb Wolfgang Schuster:

>
> Nonsense, the first \space produce a space and the
> whitespace in the input between \space and yyyy is
> gobbled from the macro.
>
> The empty group after the second space prevents TeX from
> gobbling the space and you get now one space from the
> \space command and another one from the whitespace in the
> output.
>
> > I suppose, that the empty group has no effect.
> > The following space will be printed and THIS space
> > should be smaller in an broad-environment if I use
> > \nospace or larger in an packed-environment if I use
> > \space.
>
> You need a empty group to get a space after commands like
> \TeX because the command gobbles otherwise all following
> whitespace.
>
> Try the following example:
>
> text\relax text\space text\space{}\space{}\space{}\space
> text
>
> Wolfgang

Thank you!!!!

I think I understand it (I hope so)!

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