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Through the Looking-Glass
2010-10-12: Through the Looking-Glass
My radio speaks is binary!
2010-10-10: My radio speaks is binary!
Gigaminx: (present for my birthday)
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2010-08-07: Canyoning in Guara
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2010-08-05: Trini and Mari in Marbella
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2010-08-03: Trini and Chelo in Tabarca
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Labels: LaTeX how-to

In LaTeX there are 10 special characters:

# $ % & \ ^ _ { } ~

Most of them can be escaped prepending a simple backslash, but \, ^ and ~ need special treatment:

  • for backslash (\) use \textbackslash{}
  • for caret (^) use \^{} or \textasciicircum{}
  • and for tilde (~) use \~{} or \textasciitilde{}

In short:

To getYou must use
#\#
$\$
%\%
&\&
\\textbackslash{}
^\textasciicircum{}
_\_
{\{
}\}
~\textasciitilde{}

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Abel, November 20, 2012

y para el caracter '¿' tambien aplica?