> Ah, yes, this is handled somewhat inconsistently. Usually
> you use one prime for feet and two primes for inches,
> and one prime for minutes and two primes for seconds.
> The signgle-prime character is called \[fm] (foot mark).
> and the double-prime character is called \[sd] (second),
> Strange, huh?
I see, groff_char would have been my friend.
(I guess I should print out all these man pages.)
>> ... definiert die Strings \\Q und \\U (Quote und Unquote).
> I'd write these either as just "Q" and "U" (the names of the
> strings) or as "\\*Q" and "\\*U" (the escapes to insert the
> strings' contents). "\\Q" and "\\U" is incorrect.