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elcome to EditConflict land :)
And refactor the redirect code.
There is something going on in mexico that i think is cruelty to animals and must be stopped immediatly- What i'm talking about, of course, is cat juggling.
- WelcomeToWiki. Uh, you are going to post something else, right? --Vitenka ;)
This is a test
Rachael is going out with AlexChurchill
Is Rachael going out with AlexChurchill?
- Not any more - she's engaged to him ;)
- Not any more not any more -- now she's married to me :):) (BounceBounceBounce!) --AlexChurchill
Hmmm. Hmmm indeed
doesnt people''s formatted text with apostrophes immediately after it break the formatting?
Yes. Grr. Mightn""'t this work?
No. How 's about this?
It's difficult formatting only the part of a word before the apostrophe without using explicit HTML tags
Your first line only broke because you tried two combinations on one line:
Mightn't this work? Yes, on it's own.
Also in combination, but only if bold comes before italic: doesn't people's
Test test test
ReallyFreaking? NoIndex WeMeanIt?.
ChrisHowlett edits this page to see what happens in his RSS feed.
Ooh, is this thing on? I've got round to setting up a user name. Might actually comment one day. --Pigwotflies
|| Is || this ||
|| a || table ||
| Or | Is |
| this | ? |
| I doubt
| this is one
<tr><td>Can't live with them</td><td>Can't live without them</td></tr>
- No, no table support here. --Vitenka
- Except in the BNF Generators. --CH
Is this a table? --SF
- No. It's a Pi. --CH
* This is an example boxed comment *
Sample code to illustrate stuff on chat.
typedef struct list_node
struct list_node *next;
struct list_node *prev;
void *self; // pointer to the CB in which this is embedded
typedef struct element
<sensible initialisy stuff here>
elem = &global_root - offsetof(ELEMENT, list_node);
elem = (ELEMENT *)NEXT_IN_LIST(elem->list_node);
Kazuhiko laughs at the Wii's (in)ability to deal with large edit boxes.
StuartFraser wonders if it is Chrome or CURSWiki that is causing his failure to edit.
Or, procedurally - you always work from the innermost outwards:
[commission] -> "45% per month" (or whatever)
InStr([commission],"%") -> 3
Nz(InStr([commission],"%"),1) -> 3 (or 1 if the Nz trigger goes off)
Nz(InStr([commission],"%"),1)-1 -> 3-1 -> 2
Left([commission],Nz(InStr([commission],"%"),1)-1) -> Left( "45% per month", 2 ) -> "45"