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Please see my comment to this question (starting with "#define ToggleCase..."

The text loses some characters as I point out in the comment.

I've reused the same text in an answer for comparison.

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Are you aware that (a subset of) Markdown is allowed in comments? * is used for italic text, and ** for bold. – balpha Oct 8 '10 at 8:17
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It's very simple: code should be in a code block

`like this`

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okay.just thought it could be symptomatic – slashmais Oct 8 '10 at 8:13
@slash you may also escape the relevant markdown chars in comments by prefixing them with a slash \ like *so* – Jeff Atwood Oct 8 '10 at 9:29

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