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In this answer, the second code block cuts off half way through.

If you click to edit the answer, the full code block (and a third one) is there, and displays fully as expected in preview pane.

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Better? There was a truncation issue a while ago, where the pre-generated html is truncated (but the underlying markdown isn't). I just used edit/save to fix.

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was this actually truncated, though? looks unchanged to me. – Jeff Atwood Jan 13 '10 at 14:46
@Jeff - yes, it was appearing truncated. It was cut off in the middle of one of the elements <Set, IIRC, was the last of the code block. The post continued underneath, which is even odder. – Marc Gravell Jan 13 '10 at 14:55
Yup, that's appearing correctly now. I know what to do if I see it again. – Simon P Stevens Jan 13 '10 at 14:56

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