Whats the diffrence in use or/and meaning between "can not" and "cannot"? Also, is there other verb that this "phenomena" imlies to, like "do not" and "donnot"?

I have thought about this for some time now.

Best Regards, Sara
1) You should always use cannot or can't.

2) It does not apply to any other combinations such as do not - use don't or musn't etc.

Basically if a contraction is right for the context use can't/don't etc. If a contraction is not appropriate use cannot, do not, must not etc.
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