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> 'ARGV'<br>

But you forgot surrounding spaces. It has to be  'ARGV' nextWord -> ARGV nextWord

Please note: The rule for this wiki-syntax is

Space MarkUp Word(s) MarkUp Space

otherwise I'd think it's a test would cause "Id think its a test"

BTW: I rarely use <br> anymore, just use an empty line to force a <P>aragraph. I don't think <br> is worth an own wikisyntax

Side-note

stackoverflow uses `...` for inlined code, I was thinking of adapting this, but backquotes are too "hard" to type on a mobile and I quickly got used to only use "..." (i.e. double quotes) for "real" quoting. Of course this is a matter of taste and should be customizable too.

Cheers Rolf
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Je suis Charlie!

) what I actually typed in this post was   'I'd think it's a test' please note how the surrounding whitespace worked to create a code area without conflicting with the apostrophes.

) there are issues with whitespace at the beginning and ending of lines and textareas, this is largely due to browser incompatibilities. I just stopped worrying and started to add extra spaces where needed.


In reply to Re^4: Good Intentions: Wikisyntax for the Monastery by LanX
in thread Good Intentions: Wikisyntax for the Monastery by LanX

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