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Sometimes, you want to write a Hammer tag but actually not have it parsed by Hammer. Perhaps you are writing a tutorial or providing some sample code. How can you escape a Hammer tag so that the compiler ignores it?

@@include @@placeholder @@path

By adding the double "@" character, the compiler knows not to parse this tag, but instead, leave it untouched. It also works with Hammer variables, like this:


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