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    Template:Mlx (edit | talk | history | links | watch | logs) is used to display a module name as a link surrounded by braces with the {{#invoke}} parser function, thus showing the module name as code rather than actually invoking it. Its primary use is in instruction and documentation where it is used to refer to a module by name without invoking it. It is also supports the definition of a function and parameters.

    Examples[edit source]

    Code Result Notes
    {{mlx|Example}} {{#invoke:Example|function}} Usage without function name. This does not produce a usable invocation.
    {{mlx|Example|hello}} {{#invoke:Example|hello}} Usage with a function name.
    {{mlx|Example|count_fruits|4=bananas=5|5=apples=10}} {{#invoke:Example|count_fruits|bananas=5|apples=10}} Usage with a function name and parameters.
    {{mlx|Example|count_fruits|bananas{{=}}5|apples{{=}}10}} {{#invoke:Example|count_fruits|bananas=5|apples=10}} Usage with a function name and parameters, using {{=}}.

    TemplateData[edit source]

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    This template displays a module name as a link surrounded by braces with the {{#invoke}} parser function, thus showing how the module name would be used in code. Its primary use is in instruction and documentation.

    Template parameters

    ParameterDescriptionTypeStatus
    module name1

    the module name without the namespace prefix “Module:”, which is added automatically

    Stringrequired
    function name2

    the function name within the module to call

    Stringrequired
    parameter 13

    the name (and value) of the first parameter, use {{=}} to add an equal sign

    Stringoptional
    parameter 24

    the name (and value) of the second parameter, use {{=}} to add an equal sign

    Stringoptional
    parameter 35

    the name (and value) of the third parameter, use {{=}} to add an equal sign

    Stringoptional

    See also[edit source]

    • {{ml}} - Similar function but not surrounded in <code>...</code> tags.
    • {{tlx}} - A version of this template for templates instead of modules.

    General-purpose formatting[edit source]

    Comparison of template-linking templates according to the styles of generated text and link produced
    Text style ↓ {{tlg}} options[note 1]
    to achieve text style
    Link style
    Linked Unlinked Linked with subst Unlinked with subst Linked including braces Linked with alternative text
    {{tlg}} options[note 1]
    to achieve link style
    DEFAULT nolink=yes subst=yes nolink=yes|subst=yes braceinside=yes alttext=Foo
    2=Foo
    normal DEFAULT {{tlg}}[note 1]
    {{tl}}
    {{tlp|1|2|...}}[note 2]
    {{Template:tlu}}[note 3]
    {{tlf}}[note 2]
    <template link>
    {{subst:tls}}
    {{subst:Template:tlsu}}[note 3]
    {{tlsf}}[note 2]
    <template link>
    {{tn}} {{tla}}
    code code=yes {{tl2}}
    {{tlx}}
    {{Template:tlxu}}[note 3]
    {{tlc}}[note 2]
    <template link>
    {{tnull}}<template link>
    {{subst:tlxs}} {{subst:tlsc}}[note 2]
    <template link>
    monospace plaincode=yes[note 4] {{subst:tltss}}[note 5]
    kbd kbd=yes[note 5]
    bold bold=yes {{tlb}}
    bold+code bold=yes|code=yes {{tlxb}}
    italic+code italic=yes|code=yes {{tlxi}}
    1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 {{tlg}} is the most general template, allowing any combination of text style and/or link style options.
    2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 Prevents wrapping of text by placing it inside <span class="nowrap">...</span> tags.
    3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Allows links to templates in any namespace.
    4. {{tlg|plaincode=yes}} uses <code style="border:none; background-color:transparent;">...</code>.
    5. 5.0 5.1 Displays monospaced font using <span style="font-family:monospace;">...</span>.

    Other formatting templates[edit source]

    Templates producing specialised formatting effects for given templates, modules or parameters
    Code example Effect Notes
    {{tl2|Hatnote|lang=fr}} {{hatnote}} Supports linking to sister projects (e.g., fr:Hatnote)
    {{demo|<nowiki>{{Hatnote|lang=fr|Some text}}</nowiki>}} lang=fr|Some text}}
    Some text
    || Shows code and example
    {{tln|Hatnote}} Template:Hatnote Produces a normal link to the template
    {{elc|Template:Hatnote}}
    {{elc|Template:Hatnote|Hatnote}}
    [[Template:Hatnote]]
    [[Template:Hatnote|Hatnote]]
    Formats wikilink, with optional piped link text and blended suffix
    {{ml|Example|hello}} {{#invoke:Example|hello}} Counterpart to {{tl}} for linking to Lua modules
    {{mlx|Example|hello}} {{#invoke:Example|hello}} Counterpart to {{tlx}} for linking to Lua modules
    {{para|title|<var>book title</var>}} title=book title Formats template parameters for display, with or without values
    {{sclx|LASTING}} [[WP:LASTING]] Takes a shortcut suffix in project namespace and displays it with brackets and the WP: alias in a <code>...</code> tag.
    {{tag|ref}}
    {{xtag|templatedata}}
    <ref>...</ref>
    <templatedata>
    Formats [X]HTML tags; can add content, choose opening, closing, or self-closing
    {{dtl|Ping project}} {{d:Ping project}} Wikidata counterpart to {{tl}}
    {{pf|if}}
    {{pf|if|{{{1}}}|true|false}}
    {{#if}}
    {{#if:{{{1}}}|true|false}}
    Parser function equivalent to {{tl}}
    {{magic word|uc:}} {{uc:}} Magic word links

    With utility links[edit source]

    Templates producing utility links for a given template (Hatnote used here as example)
    Code example Effect
    {{lt|Hatnote}} Template:Hatnote (edit | talk | history | links | watch | logs)
    {{lts|Hatnote}} Template:Hatnote(edit talk links history)
    {{t links|Hatnote}} {{Hatnote}} (edit talk history links # /subpages /doc /doc edit /sbox /sbox diff /test)
    {{tfd links|Hatnote}} Template:Hatnote (talk · history · transclusions · logs · subpages · delete)
    {{tetl|Hatnote}} {{Hatnote}}
    links talk edit
    {{tsetl|Hatnote}} {{subst:Hatnote}}
     links talk edit
    {{ti|Hatnote}} Template:Hatnote (talk⧼dot-separator⧽links⧼dot-separator⧽edit)
    {{tic|Hatnote}} Template:Hatnote (talk links edit)
    {{tim|Hatnote}} m:Template:Hatnote (backlinks edit)
    {{tiw|Hatnote}} Template:Hatnote (backlinks edit)
    {{tlt|Hatnote}} {{Hatnote}} (talk)
    {{ttl|Hatnote}} {{Hatnote}} (t/l)
    {{twlh|Hatnote}} Template:Hatnote (links, talk)


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