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Re: Writing text which is not interpreted by Org

From: Robert Pluim
Subject: Re: Writing text which is not interpreted by Org
Date: Tue, 17 Nov 2020 17:59:17 +0100

Christopher Dimech <> writes:

>>        There is one limitation, however.  You must insert a comma right
>>     before lines starting with either ‘*’, ‘,*’, ‘#+’ or ‘,#+’, as those may
>>     be interpreted as outlines nodes or some other special syntax.  Org
>>     transparently strips these additional commas whenever it accesses the
>>     contents of the block.
>>          #+BEGIN_EXAMPLE
>>          ,* I am no real headline
>>          #+END_EXAMPLE
> That's what I discussed, without any caveat such as comma before '*'.  
> As I just want to show what the contents of an org file would be.

You could put a space instead of the comma. Note that the org manual
itself uses the comma method.


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