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On Reverting Code that Mma Switches to Raw Input Form Back to Standard Form
I experienced a similar issue to what is described in this post while editing formatted usage messages (that contained italics) in the declaration section of a package that I'm developing in the ...
Apr 14 '13 at 7:53
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