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1. Processing Instructions

MoinMoin processing instructions have the same semantics as in XML: they control the paths taken when processing a page. Processing instructions are lines that start with a "#" character followed by a keyword and optionally some arguments; the keyword is always handled case-insensitive. Two consecutive hash marks at the start of a line are a comment that won't appear in the processed page.

Processing instructions this wiki knows of:

All PIs must appear at the very start of a page. An exception are comment PIs, those may appear anywhere within a page using "wiki" format (but not in pages using other formats).

For more information on the possible markup, see HelpOnEditing.