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A (horizontal) space after a special character

LaTeX does not recognise a space we produced by using a space bar after a special character.
To have a space after such a special character we have to put \; after it.
Example:

LaTeX code:

%Insert a copy right logo followed bythe text "All Rights reserved"
\copyright All Rights Reserved

Output: \copyright All Rights Reserved <- No space after \copyright

LaTeX code:

%Put a space between a copyright logo and the text "All Rights reserved"
\copyright \; All Rights Reserved


Output
: \copyright \; All Rights Reserved <- There is a space after \copyright

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