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14.3 Reserved Macro and String Names

The following macro and string names are used by the ms package. Avoid using these names for compatibility with the existing macros. An italicized n means that the name contains a numeral (generally the interpolated value of a number register).

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1C 2C AB AE AI A n AT AU AX
B B1 B2 BB BG BT BX C C1
C2 CA CC CF CH CM CT DA DW
DY EE EG EL EM EN E n EQ EZ
FA FE FF FG FJ FK FL FN FO
FS FV FX FY HO I IE IH IM
I n IP IZ KD KF KJ KS LB LG
LP LT MC ME MF MH MN MO MR
ND NH NL NP OD OK PP PT PY
QE QF QP QS R R3 RA RC RE
R n RP RS RT S0 S2 S3 SG SH
SM SN SY TA TC TD TE TH TL
TM TQ TR TS TT TX UL US UX
WB WH WT XF XK XP      


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