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The command \verbatim is used to typeset its argument verbatim, i.e. like \type, but in the default font.




In case you need to type special characters without interpretion – all characters have their catcode set to “letter”. Internally, it uses \detokenize.


Example 1



See also

  • buff-ver.mkiv
  • \type typeset something verbatim in tt font
  • \tex typeset a TeX command, preceded by \, in tt font
  • \filename typeset a file name/path in tt font
  • \arg typeset a command argument in braces, in tt font

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