Difference between revisions of "Template:Answer"

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<div style="background-color:#DBDBFF; padding-left:4px;"><b>Answer</b></div>
 
<div style="background-color:#DBDBFF; padding-left:4px;"><b>Answer</b></div>
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<noinclude>This is the template to be used when providing answers.  To use the template, you would type the following:
 
<noinclude>This is the template to be used when providing answers.  To use the template, you would type the following:
  

Revision as of 19:18, 6 July 2013

This is the template to be used when providing answers. To use the template, you would type the following:

{{Answer | answer goes here }}

The advantage to this is that any text places where "answer goes here" occurs will be hidden when a user first views the page. This should help users avoid spoilers.

The results look like this:

Answer
This is the answer

Note, the use of the equals sign outside of math mode will cause errors. To prevent this, use math mode or use {{=}} instead.

See also Template:Hint and Template:Solution for including hints or answers with similar results.