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Usage

This is an auxiliary template allowing the encoding of "|" within template parameters. It is necessary if the character is used in wiki table syntax, or if the parameter is automatically wikilinked and you wish to use a pipe to specify different link text from the target page name. In other cases it is better to use "&#124;".

This template cannot be used for putting the character as text in a wiki table; in that case, again, "&#124;" can be used.

Note that no special template is needed for "!" (exclamation mark).

There may be issues with using "subst:" i.e. substituting in the template.

See Wikipedia:Template:! for more details.

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