! You can't use `\spacefactor' in vertical mode. \@->\spacefactor \@m
! You can't use `\spacefactor' in math mode. \@->\spacefactor \@m
! Improper \spacefactor. ...
bite the LaTeX programmer who uses an internal command without
taking “precautions”. An internal-style command such as
has been defined or used in a private macro, and it is interpreted as
\@, followed by the “text”
\@ is used, for
real, to set up end-of-sentence space in some circumstances; it uses
\spacefactor to do that.)
The problem is discussed in detail in
@ in macro names”,
together with solutions.
FAQ ID: Q-atvert