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I suggested a change to this answer early this morning but when I looked at the diff (after being told it was rejected) my small change appeared to be much more drastic.

I wanted to change the line

and the output will be


and the output will be similar to

but the diff came out adding an entire line instead in the suggested edit.

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The OP had made an edit to their post which was not reflected in your edit.

So it made it seem as if you were changing what the OP already changed back to the original.

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To be honest, I don't even see the line I supposedly was adding in the answer's diff. It doesn't seem to have been there. That's why I am confused – Daniel Jun 7 '12 at 21:41

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