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Usage

This template allows "=" to be used in unnamed template parameters. It inserts the equals-sign ("=") into the text. Alternatively, the HTML entity "=" can be used if there is no need for it to be interpreted as wikimarkup, such as when the literal equals-sign is to be displayed to the user.

Examples

  • {{Font color|black|yellow|2 + 2 {{=}} 4}} produces: 2 + 2 = 4

You can also use named parameters to bypass the restriction:

  • {{Font color|black|yellow|3= 2 + 2 = 4}} produces: 2 + 2 = 4

Unlike =, the template only delays the interpretation of the symbol as code:

{{concat|<div class{{=}}"hatnote">This should be italicised.</div>}}
{{concat|<div class&#61;"hatnote">This will not be italicised.</div>}}

produces:

This should be italicised.
This will not be italicised.

TemplateData

This is the TemplateData documentation for this template used by VisualEditor and other tools; see the monthly parameter usage report for this template.

TemplateData for =

A template to allow = to be used in template parameters

Template parameters

This template has custom formatting.

ParameterDescriptionTypeStatus
No parameters specified

See also

Template call
(m for magic word)
Output (delayed interpretation as wikimarkup) HTML alternative (never interpreted as wikimarkup)
{{!}} (m) | &#124; or {{pipe}}
{{=}} = &#61;
{{!!}} || &#124;&#124;
{{!(}} [ &#91;
{{)!}} ] &#93;
{{!((}} [[ &#91;&#91;
{{))!}} ]] &#93;&#93;
{{(}} { &#123;
{{)}} } &#125;
{{((}} {{ &#123;&#123;
{{))}} }} &#125;&#125;
{{(((}} {{{ &#123;&#123;&#123;
{{)))}} }}} &#125;&#125;&#125;
{{(!}} {| &#123;&#124;
{{!-}} |- &#124;&#45;
{{!)}} |} &#124;&#125;