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A part of the TextFormattingRule
s, Wiki names are hyperlinks between documents within the overall wiki structure. They are created by joining capitalized words together LikeThisForExample
. There needs to be at least two such words joined and words can only consist of letters, i.e. no numbers, symbols or whitespace and must be at least two letters long each. It is also possible to specify that the link be displayed differently by following the wiki name immediately (no space) with any text enclosed in square brackets as SomeWikiName[stuff in brackets displayed instead]
. An empty set of square brackets can be used to terminate the wiki name within a longer context. This is useful for eliminating pluralization from wiki names without having to actually rewrite the whole wiki name. In general, never make plural any wiki name that could possibly be used in the singular. Links to documents that do not yet exist have two question marks appended to them -- clicking on such a link will prompt you to create a new document for that link. To prevent a wiki name from being a wiki link, prepend the name with a backquote (`). You can also use a backquote to terminate a wiki name within a longer context if you like.
Find the ScratchPad!
ScratchPads ~[ use this instead of `ScratchPads
ScratchPad`s ~[ this also works
ScratchPad[Where'd that scratch pad go anyway?]
Find the ScratchPad
s ← use this instead of ScratchPadsScratchPad
s ← this also worksWhere'd that scratch pad go anyway?