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This is an auxiliary template allowing to encode "<code>|</code>"
within template parameters. It is '''unnecessary''' to get a
"<code>|</code>" in these cases, better use "<code>&amp;#124;</code>"
for this purpose. However the "<code>|</code>" delimiter for a
Wiki table has to be escaped by a template if it's used
within a template, see also [[w:WP:QIF]].
Note that there's no such problem with "<code>!</code>" (exclamation mark), it
only affects "<code>|</code>" (vertical bar) in conjunction
with the [[m:Help:Parameter_default]] mechanism within tables.
[[Category:Helper templates|{{PAGENAME}}]]

Latest revision as of 22:50, 25 June 2017