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14.4 Reserved Number Register Names

The following number register names are used by the ms package. An italicized n means that the name contains a numeral (generally the interpolated value of another number register).

n T AJ AV BC BD BE BH BQ BW
CW EF FC FL FM FP GA GW H1
H2 H3 H4 H5 HM HT I0 IF IK
IM IP IR IS IT IX I n J n KG
KI KM L1 LE LL LT MC MF MG
ML MM MN NA NC ND NQ NS NX
OJ PD PE PF PI PN PO PQ PS
PX QI QP RO SJ ST T. TB TC
TD TK TN TQ TV TY TZ VS WF
XX YE YY ZN          

When you're writing your own macros, the safest bet is to use mixed-case letters for macro names. (Using uppercase letters could conflict with reserved ms names, and using lowercase letters could conflict with troff requests.)


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