I've copied it into notepad, word, back to the browser, etc. The dash is always there
What browser are you using? Here's what I get with chrome.
(Code, 1 line)
and Since I'm at work I have IE or Edge or whatever they call it now..
(Code, 2 lines)
Both came out fine, so I'm not sure how you're getting that.
Very interesting. I thought copy/paste from the manual would avoid that. That was what I was hoping for anyway.
All for the sake of one little dash....
I did a little copy/paste test just now, into Notepad, and although I copied and pasted as…
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