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I've posted a lot to StackOverflow, and I've noticed something kind of irritating with the formatting in writing questions and comments. If I need to put something inside a < and a >, without spaces in the middle (like right there), it will think it's code and not show up, like this
(obviously it won't come up what I wrote there, or else this wouldn't be an issue, but if you open up the question to edit you can see what's written there.)
If I want it to show up, right now I have to add an extra set of brackets inside of the originals with a junk variable, like right <here> (again, open in edit window to see).
This is really annoying when trying to show variables like lists that require those brackets, and I feel like the junk variables could confuse people looking at the edits. Is there a way to get around this formatting? Thanks!