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I tried to insert a |
in a table but this is leads to an error. Is it possible to escape this?
Your diagram is a bit big to experiment with. Could you create a small one that demonstrates the problem? Given that it causes an error, once you have an example that works post it in a code block either here or on a Sandbox (or create your own sandbox if you like).
I created it under the big one. The code is
text | code | code |
Interesting. There doesn’t seem to be a way to escape this character. It would therefore seem that you have to enter it as an entity: |
Also interestingly, the forum has different behaviour:
| | |
|---|---|
| text | code | code |
produces:
text | code | code |
But to get the bar in the right place (assuming that the above is not it), you would have to do:
| | |
|---|---|
| text | code | code |
text | code | code |
Thanks.
In this case I think I am going to do it in math mode since if I did it in the normal mode I couldn’t distinguish between code and comments by different fonts. (I could do comments in math-mode or in code-mode but this is awkward.)
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