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Usage

Tnull is used to nullify templates in the monospaced font. It is similar to {{tlx}} in the way that it has support for many parameters, but it does not link the template name. It is similar to {{tlc}}, but does not prevent text wrapping.

Example

Typing {{tnull|foo|bar|baz|boo}} in the edit window would yield {{foo|bar|baz|boo}} in the rendered page.

Special character handling

"=" (equality sign)

If there is a "=" character (equality/equals sign) in any parameter, it must be replaced with = [or {{=}}?]:

{{tnull|click|image=image name|width=width|height=height|link=page name}}

Or you can use parameter-number=value as in:

{{tnull|click|2=image=image name|3=width=width|4=height=height|5=link=page name}}

Either method would yield the following output:

{{click|image=image name|width=width|height=height|link=page name}}

"|" (vertical bar, pipe)

If a second consecutive pipe (|) is used to denote that a parameter has been skipped, you must replace it with | as in:

{{tnull|look from|Alan||all the Alans}}

That would yield the following displayed output:

{{look from|Alan||all the Alans}}