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 * Just tokens (not backslashed characters) or  * Just tokens (not backslashed characters) or 
 * Do not process any text.  ​ * Do not process any text.  ​
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-If you want to use the percent `%` character as a normal character, simply double the percent (`%%`). \\ 
-To use a backslash `\` in your text, double the backslash (`\\`). 
  
  
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 === Non-Printing Control Characters === === Non-Printing Control Characters ===
  
-An exception to the rule of enclosing Tokens in percent `%` characters, is the use of these Non-Printing Control Characters:\\ +An exception to the rule of enclosing Tokens in percent `%` characters, is the use of these Non-Printing Control Characters `\a,​\b,​\e,​\f,​\t,​\r,​\n` which correspond to (bell,​backspace,​escape,​form feed,​tab,​return,​line feed). ​ These will be replaced with their value in text fields, except for Regular Expression (RegEx) fields.
-`\a,​\b,​\e,​\f,​\t,​\r,​\n` ​\\ +
-which correspond to (bell,​backspace,​escape,​form feed,​tab,​return,​line feed).\\ +
-These will be replaced with their value in text fields, except for Regular Expression (RegEx) fields.+
  
 === Convert Hex to Unicode Characters === === Convert Hex to Unicode Characters ===
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 With tokens that return a list of information (comma separated by default), you can access the individual items using the Variable array notation, append the item number in square brackets `[ ]` to the Token name, just before the closing `%`. With tokens that return a list of information (comma separated by default), you can access the individual items using the Variable array notation, append the item number in square brackets `[ ]` to the Token name, just before the closing `%`.
  
-For example:\\+For example: 
 Token for Window Frame, [[token:​WindowFrame | %WindowFrame[3]%1%]],​ will be the third comma-separated value, which is the Window width in this case. Token for Window Frame, [[token:​WindowFrame | %WindowFrame[3]%1%]],​ will be the third comma-separated value, which is the Window width in this case.
  
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