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<pre>any words before {{code|/r 1d6+4}}, or words, {{code|/roll 1d6+4}}</pre>
  
 
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Revision as of 20:20, 13 November 2020


Ex.

any words before /r 1d6+4, or words, /roll 1d6+4

any words before {{code|/r 1d6+4}}, or words, {{code|/roll 1d6+4}}

Ex2.

{{roll=[[1d6+4]]}}

{{code|{{roll=[[1d6+4]]}}}}
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Shorthand to more easily write code on the wiki.


Example 1.

any words before /r 1d6+4, or words, /roll 1d6+4

any words before {{code|/r 1d6+4}}, or words, {{code|/roll 1d6+4}}

Example 2.

You can even write code that include problematic elements that the wiki could mistake for wiki syntax, such as {{title=@{character_name}}} without the need of using nowiki element the code block. However, wiki links would still show up so nowiki is needed if inline rolls are present: Inline roll [[1d6+4]] would usually turn into a wiki link

You can even write code that include problematic elements that the wiki could mistake for wiki syntax, such as {{code|{{title=@{character_name}}}}} without the need of using nowiki element the code block. However, wiki links would still show up so nowiki is needed if inline rolls are present: {{code|Inline roll [[1d6+4]] would usually turn into a wiki link }}