\hspace{n}

  • inserts a space of n pixels
  • Ex.: $$f(x)\hspace{6}=\hspace{6}0$ gives f(x)\hspace{6}=\hspace{6}0$$
  • can be combined with the preceding command \unitlength{m}(default: m=1px) , which defines the applied unit
  • Ex.: $$\unitlength{20}a\hspace{2}b$ gives \unitlength{20}a\hspace{2}b$$ , i.e. a space of 20x2=40px

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