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#1
What would a [code]code within a code
tag look like?[/code]
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#2
one[code]two
[/code]

code1[quote]quote1[/quote]
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#3
This is fun Smile
Use space in "[ /", or replace slash ("/") in [/code]
Html code for "/" is: &#47 ; (without space)
What would a [code]code within a code[/code] tag look like?
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#4
(2013-06-03, 01:18 PM)thebobo1 Wrote: This is fun Smile
Use space in "[ /", or replace slash ("/") in [/code]
Html code for "/" is: &#47 ; (without space)
What would a [code]code within a code
tag look like?[/code]

Any way of making it to where we don't have to do this funky trickery for this to happen? Oh look, quoting it broke it again.
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#5
define second tag code2, or use php
we use the [code] mycode quite extensively[/code] maybe
Did it work? It did with outer php tag.

> Oh look, quoting it broke it again.
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(2013-06-03, 01:29 PM)thebobo1 Wrote: define second tag code2, or use php
we use the [code] mycode quite extensively[/code] maybe
Did it work? It did with outer php tag.

> Oh look, quoting it broke it again.
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or
kod=code (in Swedish)
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#6
hmm, trying to do a second code tag then, ... and failed miserably. ... found the function that 'sanitizes' code/php blocks with the ungreedy regex, but as soon as i try to add a new code2 thingy to it, it dies. ... miserably. ...
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#7
This [code]code block[/code] is a test.
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#8
(2013-06-03, 06:31 PM)Odin A. Wrote:
This [code]code block
is a test.[/code]

indeed.
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#9
(2013-06-03, 08:29 PM)Sephiroth Wrote: [quote='Odin A.' pid='1009256' dateline='1370284281']
This [code]code block
is a test.[/code]
[/quote]

indeed.

Indubitably.
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#10
trains
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