xspace example


Suppose you had the following macro,
 \newcommand{\apples}{AppLeS} 
When used within text such as this:
 These statistics also show that the \apples scheduler 
you would get the following:
These statistics also show that the AppLeSscheduler
Latex eats up the space between the macro and text. And if you do
 \newcommand{\apples}{AppLeS } 
then you could get an extra space where you don't want it
In Chapter I, we defined a user-directed AppLeS .
The solution is the following which takes care of both cases:
 \newcommand{\apples}{\textsf{AppLeS}\xspace}