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LOOPS!

  • 0* 1* 2* 3* 4

ARRAYS!

  • red
  • green
  • blue

IFS!

correct

ARRAY OF CATEGORY / SEMANTIC RESULT FORMATS (should just be a raw list, no links nor pictures)


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LABELLEDE SECTION TRANSCLUSION:

To create transclusions between different texts, you need to select a section of text that will form a connection between the pages, based on a common subject:
  • Think of a category that is the common ground for the link. For example if two texts refer to a similar issue or specific concept (eg. 'rawdata'), formulate it without spaces or using underscores (eg. 'raw_data', not 'raw data' );
  • Edit the two or more pages which you want to link, adding {{RT|rawdata}}<section begin=rawdata /> before the text section, and <section end=rawdata /> at the end (take care of the closing '/>' );
  • All text sections in other wiki pages that are marked up through the same common ground, will be transcluded in the margin of the text.

FULLPAGENAME:

Test

TRANSCLUSIONISM TEST w/ XANADU


From Transclusionism: To create transclusions between different texts, you need to select a section of text that will form a connection between the pages, based on a common subject:

  • Think of a category that is the common ground for the link. For example if two texts refer to a similar issue or specific concept (eg. 'rawdata'), formulate it without spaces or using underscores (eg. 'raw_data', not 'raw data' );
  • Edit the two or more pages which you want to link, adding {{RT|rawdata}}<section begin=rawdata /> before the text section, and <section end=rawdata /> at the end (take care of the closing '/>' );
  • All text sections in other wiki pages that are marked up through the same common ground, will be transcluded in the margin of the text.

    From Xanadu: Every document can contain links of any type including virtual copies ("transclusions") to any other document in the system accessible to its owner.