Yue Wang wrote:
On Thu, May 14, 2009 at 9:51 AM, Ryo Furue <fu...@hawaii.edu> wrote:
Hi ConTeXt users,

I'm wondering what's the ConTeXt version
of LaTeX's "\...@."  (which indicates an end-of-sentence
period).  I can define

 \d...@{\spacefactor1000}

and use it, but if there is an official version
I'd like to know.


I think in Professional typesetting, the same amount of space should
be left for all full stop/comma/whaever.
You'd better change TeX's default behavior.

huh?

each language can has its own rules ... spacing after period or comma is one, but also think of quotes in quotations etc; and, the french have spacing before and after : ; . , (it has always been a selling point for tex to be able to deal with it)

Hans

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