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by Alfie ⌂ @, Vienna, Austria, Monday, April 23, 2007, 01:13 (4532 days ago) @ Alex
edited by Alfie, Monday, April 23, 2007, 01:46

Hi Alex,

thanks for [ inlinecode]bar[/inlinecode] (v2 beta 10)!

This inlinecode is displayed without leading/trailing paragraphs. :-)

Unfortunately a simple table can't be constructed from it (multiple blanks are collapsed) :crying:
+------------------------+------------------+------------------+
|   Program / Method     |  equal variance  | unequal variance |
+------------------------+------------------+------------------+
| R 2.4.1 (2006)         | 63.51% - 110.19% | 63.49% - 110.22% |
| NCSS 2001 (2001)       | 63.51% - 110.19% | 63.49% - 110.22% |
| STATISTICA 5.1H (1997) | 63.51% - 110.19% | 63.49% - 110.22% |
| WinNonlin 5.2 (2007)   | 63.51% - 110.20% |       NA!        |
| Kinetica 4.4.1 (2007)  | 63.51% - 110.19% |       NA!        |
| EquivTest/PK (2006)    | 63.51% - 110.18% |       NA!        |
+------------------------+------------------+------------------+

Of course I could use [ code]bar[/code] in this case, like:

+------------------------+------------------+------------------+
|   Program / Method     |  equal variance  | unequal variance |
+------------------------+------------------+------------------+
| R 2.4.1 (2006)         | 63.51% - 110.19% | 63.49% - 110.22% |
| NCSS 2001 (2001)       | 63.51% - 110.19% | 63.49% - 110.22% |
| STATISTICA 5.1H (1997) | 63.51% - 110.19% | 63.49% - 110.22% |
| WinNonlin 5.2 (2007)   | 63.51% - 110.20% |       NA!        |
| Kinetica 4.4.1 (2007)  | 63.51% - 110.19% |       NA!        |
| EquivTest/PK (2006)    | 63.51% - 110.18% |       NA!        |
+------------------------+------------------+------------------+

But mainly I would use it for simple formulas like

            1
R = ------------------
     1 - exp (-λ × τ)

getting rid of the additional paragraphs (which can be handled only in HTML, not in CSS).

P.S. Just realising, that additional BB-codes [bold, italic,...] within [ code] are not working (they did in v1.7.3).

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Best regards,
Alfie (Helmut Schütz)
BEBA-Forum (v1.8β)


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