default – Provide default parameters for TeX macros
The command \setdefault defines default values for the arguments of an existing macro; the macro, thus adjusted, is called with square brackets around arguments which are overriding the default. (This is the same scheme as is used in LaTeX.)
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Maybe you are interested in the following packages as well.
- getoptk: Define macros with sophisticated options
- xoptarg: Expandable macros that take an optional argument
- xnewcommand: Define \global and \protected commands with \newcommand
- laps: Zero-width boxes for annotations, etc