Command/ delimitedtext

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The instances of \delimitedtext add markup around a (usually short) block of text.


\quotationputs double quotation marks around the text inside the braces. The type of the quotation marks depends on the language setting
\quoteQuote text using the 'single quote' style of the current language.

Settings instance



These instances are defined by \definedelimitedtext and set up with \setupdelimitedtext. But there are also two predefined shortcut commands, so you can set up the \quote command with \setupquote and \quotation with \setupquotation.


Example 1

\quotation{Hello world!}

\quotation{Hello world!}

Example 2

Getting quotation marks right can be quite \quote{hard}.


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