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drac – Declare active character substitution, robustly

The pack­age pro­vides macros \De­clareRo­bustAc­tChar and \ReDe­clareRobAc­tChar. One uses \De­clareRo­bustAc­tChar in the same way one would use \De­clareRo­bustCom­mand; the macro \pro­tects the ac­tive char­ac­ter when it ap­pears in a mov­ing ar­gu­ment.

\ReDe­clareRobAc­tChar re­de­fines an ac­tive char­ac­ter pre­vi­ously de­fined with \De­clareRo­bustAc­tChar, in the same way that \re­new­com­mand works for or­di­nary com­mands.

Sources /macros/latex/contrib/drac
Ver­sion 1
Li­cense The Project Public Li­cense
Copy­right 2004,2008 Jos­selin Noirel and Yvon Henel
Main­tainer Yvon Henel
Jos­selin Noirel
TDS archive drac.tds.zip
Con­tained in TeX Live as drac
MiKTeX as drac
Topics sup­port for de­vel­op­ment of macros

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