Latex Problem: Backslash Recognized as Two Backslashes "doesn't match its definition"
I've been struggling for hours with a document that I started in February and that worked in February (I'm pretty sure).
Here's something I've defined:
Please print \node0 on my PDF!
I get this error:
At one point I thought it was mistaking \node for \n (change of line) ode. So I substituted wrote \dnode. I even retyped it in completely in case there was a strange character that couldn't not be detected by the naked eye hidden in my text editor.
It's in UTF-8, I'm using gedit. It also indicates MIME type: TeX document (text-x-tex).
If I type in \def\caca1 and then do "caca1", it works.
I suspect it's an encoding problem. I see absolutely no pattern!
Oh, last piece of info... If I do Ctrl+F \node0 I get "doesn't exist". If I copy and paste into the Ctrl+F panel I get "\\node". If I try to replace, it still doesn't work (using Ctrl+H). I just can't figure it out!!
Thanks in advance,
the config/session files may be corrupt. Change editor or delete files.
Find and download a hex editor (khexedit, hexeditor) and look at what you think \node0 is. I am sure there are some stray characters close.
PS Not that I understand everything. You retype \node0. Didn't work. You replaced with caca1. Worked. Editors don't see no difference in retyping \node0 or retyping caca1.
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