grue, you are outputting <br> inbetween every line of code.
that means you get the newline that is at the end of every line, and you get the <br> as well. i don't know which tags a browser is supposed to ignore from within a <pre> and which it is supposed to honor, but it appears as if there is a difference of opinion.
Posted on 2004-02-23 18:04:54 (last edited on 2004-02-23 18:05:56)
I was having a problem with it continuing to interpret content withing the <pre> tags.
I pasted some code in between some pre-tags, that contained a few less-than symbols, and it was cutting it off. Not terribly suprising, and a very common bug, and I forgot the full (4 character, &symbol code) html code < thing... but you can chalk that up to lazyness.
Might want to include them in the list of usable html codes... just so old people like me can remember this stuff from 100 years ago.
& expands to a single &. So if you say &lt; and &gt;, the post will show you what you want. Also, my mind is boggled mildly by typing &amp; to get & to show up in this post. (and typing &amp;amp; in the previous post, and egads!)
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