An example: How to define a macro which does not read the next token after itself?, for which my planned question must appear here Space after LaTeX commands.

What should I do to help OP and in the same time behave according to the suggestion of closing duplicates? I have thought that I should try to find a better answer, if he OP is not warned of possible duplication. But now I am afraid that I am acting against the rules.

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If the question is a clear duplicate, mark it as such. If you have an alternative answer to the already-posted answers, add it to the list. By virtue of the duplicate, your answer should still have value.

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