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Tip: You may find the narrated video below on How To Edit a Wiki Page useful.

Narrated Video


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 Program Test;
 Uses Crt;

 Var I : Integer;

   For I := 0 to 12 do
     WriteLn('Test ',I:2);


Test O

How to use an internal link: indent first line.

Append 2

Pascal syntax highlighting example:

 // this is the same code as above

 Program Test;
 Uses Crt;

 Var I : Integer;

   For I := 0 to 12 do
     WriteLn('Test ',I:2);

Terminal code (BASH) example:

 // BASH example
 $ ls myfiles*
 $ mkdir newDir
 $ clear

External link

External link: link title

another link: link title

Protocol-relative link: Chapter 5

An image

Lazaruscomponenttab 01.png

This text should be placed near the picture, does it? zxvzxcv zxvc xcv xzcv zxcv zxvc zxvc zxcv zxcv zxcv zxcv xcv xcv xcv xcv zxcv zxcv zxcv xcv zxcv zxcv aaaaaaaaaaaaa

And this line were is going? and this line?

a text

This is the text

new section test

Table markup (wrong)

Header 1 Header 2 Header 3 Header 4
Item 1,1 Item 1,2 Item 1,3 Item 1,4
Item 2,1 Item 2,2 Item 2,3 Item 2,4

Wiki table markup (correct)

Table 2
Header 1 Header 2 Header 3 Header 4
Item 1,1 Item 1,2 Item 1,3 Item 1,4
Item 2,1 Item 2,2 Item 2,3 Item 2,4
Shopping List
Bread & Butter Pie Buns Danish Croissant
Cheese Ice cream Butter Yogurt


  • One
  • Two
    • Tree


  1. First
  2. Second
  3. Third

Nested Numbering

  1. First
    2. first.two
    3. first.three
  2. Second
    2. second.two
    3. second.three

Mixed Numbering

  1. First
    • first.two
    • first.three
  2. Second
    • second.two
    • second.three

indenting first line

      Please note that all contributions to Lazarus-ccr are considered to be released under the GNU Free Documentation License (see Lazarus-ccr:Copyrights for details). If you don't want your writing to be edited mercilessly and redistributed at will, then don't submit it here.

You are also promising us that you wrote this yourself, or copied it from a public domain or similar free resource. DO NOT SUBMIT COPYRIGHTED WORK WITHOUT PERMISSION!


Another Test: lets go crazy

I want to create a boxed text:

This is in a box, or so I hope.

This is outside the box, no? And this is a reference to my incomplete Structural Analyis book ThisIsMyShura

Weird: this is in the box as well?
  • And a bullet in italics?

non formatted...


{{#categorytree:Foo}} <categorytree>

Float Like A Butterfly

New section?

Let's see... ok


if Graphviz was installed, this would draw a pretty graph...

<graphviz> digraph G {

 rankdir=LR; node [fontsize = "8" shape = "rectangle"]; 
 "Node 1" -> "Node 2";

} </graphviz>

This is a test to see, if I can edit a page after the Bad-Behavior update. fpcfan 22:43, 7 December 2007 (CET)

Tutorial links

30_Second_Quick_Wiki_Tutorial 30 Second Quick Wiki Tutorial scam link removed

Use this syntax to include a page within another page: {{:LazAutoUpdater}}

Clipboard commands with selections

Clipboard-related commands work with carets, both with selections and without them. Some details about this:

Command Behaviour, when there're no selections Behaviour, when at last one selection present
Copy to clipboard Copies entire lines, containing carets. (Ignores multiple carets on same line.) Copies only selections text. (Ignores carets without selections.)
Paste from clipboard First, selections are cleared (deleted). Then, command pastes text into each caret position. Special case is when clipboard lines count equals to carets count - in this case, first line is inserted at first caret, second line is inserted at 2nd caret, etc.