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close right angle bracket automatically

 
Leandro Coutinho
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Hello!

It closes the right angle bracket automatically.
I want to write this <String><Integer>>, but without the angle bracket after String!!!

How can I do this or you will have to fix it? =)
 
fred rosenberger
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<String><Integer>

I don't understand what you're trying to do. I just typed the above and it worked fine.

or did you want

<String<Integer>>

ok, if it's the above, i see the issue. when you type

lt String lt Integer gt gt //'lt' is the "less than" symbol

it sticks a lt after the 'g' in String. To fix it, you can go back in and edit the post, and remove the "& lt;"
 
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<String<Integer>>

hummm.

Using &lt; works and using < doesn't.

Thanks fred!!
 
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