<xmp> From the mailing list: To fix your problem, do this: command #1 command #2 command #3 Now your system will work and you'll have nice shiny teeth. </xmp>In the above example, I'm actually using <pre>, > and < tags for the opening xmp tag and
>for the closing xmp tag, as a means of displaying the xmp tag without your browser actually interpreting it; both methods work--I'm using both so you can see two different approaches if you look at the source code for this page. The chunk of text below is actually formatted using the xmp tag.
tag to separate it from the first line. This is the third sentence, beginning on the fourth line because the second sentence spanned two lines.
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