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I have not time to write a rhetorical argument in support of the above. The previous one makes it clear (as do the discussions on Meatball and elsewhere) that / is a poor choice for italics. I won't support it in the parser I am currently working on.
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11 16-Jul-2007 23:39 5.59 kB to previous | to last
10 16-Jul-2007 06:33 5.216 kB to previous | to last
9 16-Jul-2007 05:58 5.074 kB to previous | to last
8 15-Jul-2007 01:31 4.753 kB to previous | to last
7 15-Jul-2007 01:30 4.682 kB to previous | to last graphic example
6 15-Jul-2007 01:18 4.561 kB to previous | to last Two bits.
5 05-Feb-2007 19:57 4.301 kB to previous | to last noting possibility of making the machine work harder
4 05-Feb-2007 17:39 3.499 kB to previous | to last slashes denote hierarchy and specialization in URLs, thus everywhere
3 05-Feb-2007 17:35 3.205 kB to previous | to last deal with underline and alternate titles before setting this in stone
2 05-Feb-2007 17:32 2.811 kB to previous | to last slash is like colon... not like quotes...
1 05-Feb-2007 17:20 2.648 kB to last utter nonsense; __title__ '''bold''' ''italic'' work perfectly and combine well
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