With AucTeX, one can insert many LaTeX commands using shortcuts.
For example in a math environment (e.g., between $ $), the shortcut
\gamma. Normally right after
\gamma if I would like to type a letter I should make a space, for example
$\gamma a=1$, but if I would like to type a number, a symbol or another latex command, it is not necessary, for example
$\gamma*1=\gamma$ or $\gamma1=\gamma$, or
Is there a way in AucTeX to insert a space right after a latex command (inserted by an AucTeX shortcut, e.g.
`g) if the next keystroke is a letter?
I think this can significantly increase the speed of typing, because the space should be inserted anyway.
I have added the requirement inserted by an AucTeX shortcut to avoid the complicated situations like