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When adding a code sample if it contains // < ![CDATA[ (without spaces) it will not display correctly, anything after // will not show.

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up vote 2 down vote accepted

let's see:

 // <![CDATA[<sender>John Smith</sender>]]> more stuff here
 some code
 some more code
 even more code
 enough already with the code!

Seems fine to me.. did you indent 4 spaces as specified in the http://meta.stackoverflow.com/editing-help ?

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that solved it! – Josh Crowder May 24 '10 at 14:32

Because it's treating < as the start of a HTML tag (I had a similar problem). Print it as &lt; and you'll be fine.

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