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Here's the link: dynamic enum in C#

If you scroll down to the answer that starts like this...

Just showing the answer of Pandincus with "of the shelf" code and some explanation: You need two solutions for this example ( I know it could be done via one also ; ), let the advanced students present it ... So here is the DDL SQL for the table :

You'll see that the user/timestamp information for that question is encapsulated in a code block.

Edit: Added image in case someone edits the post.

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marked as duplicate by Pops May 8 '14 at 6:54

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Not just IE9 / Chrome, getting it on FF7 too. – agf Sep 1 '11 at 13:10

I believe that this was an old bug (which I'm having trouble locating) in the server-side rendering process that has since been fixed. However, since the rendered view of posts is pre-generated, the broken view persisted beyond the point when that was resolved. The solution is just to edit the post to cause it to be rerendered, which I've done now.

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I haven't found the old bug either (that edit is about as old as Meta itself, IOW: really old). Anyway, this is correct. – balpha Sep 1 '11 at 17:11
Because it TOTALLY MATTERS three years later: here's the original bug: The case of the bleeding monospace font! – Pops May 8 '14 at 6:53

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