On 4/27/06, Jay R. Ashworth <jra(a)baylink.com> wrote:
URLs are definitely a better example, but as Mr Cable
notes, there are
*lots* of programming wikis;
Any wiki that display code should properly quote it. Have a look at
any source code example in wikipedia. It is a good practice.
overloading /RE/ is about as bad as
Not really. /U/R/L has a meaning in wiki markup, /RE/ doesn't. It is
just plain text. So you can't say they compare that much.
Besides, "overloading /RE/" is not correct, because /RE/ is not
processed by wiki markup (as stated, /RE/ is just plain text). On the
other hand, "Overloading /U/R/L" is more correct.
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