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The command \asciimode adjusts the list of special characters in your text.
In any TeX input text, there are a number of characters that are special and need to be escaped. In traditional TeX, this list is quite long. \asciimode limits the list of special characters to only the backslash and curly braces.
It is still possible to add comments in your text by doubling the percent sign.
\asciimode !"#$%&'()*+,-./:;<=>?@[\letterbackslash]^_`\letteropenbrace|\letterclosebrace~ %%comment