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Sometimes you might want to typeset the name of a LaTeX command; for example "\begin{verbatim}". You can use the \verb command to do this:

\verb|\begin{verbatim}|

The reason this works is because \verb|...| tells LaTeX to treat everything between the pipe characters (|) as verbatim. It's useful whenever you want to display LaTeX commands in the pdf.

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