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Re: About groff and dformat

From: Dave Kemper
Subject: Re: About groff and dformat
Date: Thu, 18 Aug 2022 08:28:05 -0500

On 8/17/22, Riza Dindir <> wrote:
> When you use chem, you can not have
> the # character in the dformat or other preprocessor blocks, since the
> chem macro package does take # as a comment and erases all the
> characters to the end of the line.

For anyone else who's run into trouble with this, Riza has filed to try to make chem less

> Or will the control sequence \N'35' always be mapped to the character #?

That's relatively safe, but groff also provides the escape sequence
\[sh] for that character.

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