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Use this template to produce the character or characters " |} " as ordinary text rather than as part of a link [[ ]], transclusion {{ }}, variable {{{ }}}, etc.
The HTML character code "|}" may also be used, which will never be interpreted as markup even if nested in multiple templates or similar.

Similar templates

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(m for magic word)
Output (delayed interpretation as wikimarkup) HTML alternative (never interpreted as wikimarkup)
{{!}} (m) | | or {{pipe}}
{{=}} = =
{{!!}} || ||
{{!(}} [ [
{{)!}} ] ]
{{!((}} [[ [[
{{))!}} ]] ]]
{{(}} { {
{{)}} } }
{{((}} {{ {{
{{))}} }} }}
{{(((}} {{{ {{{
{{)))}} }}} }}}
{{(!}} {| {|
{{!-}} |- |-
{{!)}} |} |}

See also

The following templates enclose text inside the indicated symbols:

  • Template:Braces, to produce text such as "{{example text}}" (without triggering a transclusion)
  • Template:(()), like Template:Braces, except that this does not produce html markup, so that it can be processed and expanded by Lua frame:preprocess() function
  • Template:Brackets, to produce text such as "[[example text]]" (without triggering a wikilink)
  • Template:Bracket, to produce text such as "[example text]" or "[example text]"
  • Template:Mset, to produce text such as "{1, 2, ..., N}" (i.e., a mathematical set)
  • Template:Tlf, to produce text such as "{{example text}}" (without triggering a transclusion)