In LaTeX, I use extra spacing to separate sentences from each other. This may for instance be achieved by
\spaceskip=.33333em plus .16667em minus .083333em \xspaceskip=.8em plus .4em minus .13333em \nonfrenchspacing
With these settings I must take care to make it known when I want to use a full stop for something other than ending a period, such as marking an abbreviation. This I do by typing
&c. But if I write
Mr.\ Charles in an org buffer and export to
LaTeX, I get a literal
\ in my pdf, which corresponds to
the exported source. How can I get
\ in the source and a normal
space skip in the typeset document?
I know I can do
Mr.@@latex:\@@ Charles, but is there no better way?