Hi,

the \unit command produces wrong spacing when only the unit is given
without a value. Is there a way to improve the \unit command to not
print this space?

\starttext
\starttabulate
\NC wrong spacing \EQ (\unit{micro mol})   \NC\NR
\NC spacing OK    \EQ (┬Ámol)               \NC\NR
\NC spacing OK    \EQ (3\,┬Ámol)            \NC\NR
\NC spacing OK    \EQ (3 \unit{micro mol}) \NC\NR
\NC spacing OK    \EQ (\unit{3 micro mol}) \NC\NR
\stoptabulate
\stoptext


Marco

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