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[`foo`](http://example.com)

Should produce: foo.

This works in questions and answers, but inside comments, it produces this instead: codefoo/code — test comment here.

bug

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foo –  user142852 Apr 10 '10 at 20:14
    
foo foo? edit: Jinx! –  Phoshi Apr 10 '10 at 20:15
    
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the same is true of the italics and bold markdown combined with inline links in comments. foo and foo ... if you move the asterisks to outside the link, you get the right effect but the links break... foo and foo –  quack quixote Apr 11 '10 at 20:48

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At a guess, it isn't generating the < and > parts of the tags. Just for my own sanity: foo compared to my comment...? Works!

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