...xample 026]]. Note that this function is not very robust. It cannot handle nested parser functions properly.
...xample 028]]. Note that this function is not very robust. It cannot handle nested tags properly.
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::::I think the problem can be solved with nested DPL queries. Create an inner query which finds all the redirect pages (with
...over/between/under certain amounts, etc. I believe this is possible using nested DPL queries that use the [[mw:Extension:ParserFunctions (extended)|math par
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...ude the page may cause trouble if your DPL query transcludes contents from nested templates.
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...t>strict</tt>") that does this automatically without requiring complicated nested queries? -[[User:Eep²|Eep²]] 10:39, 23 September 2007 (CEST)
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...ey,category" as you can see on the [[:Category:Step]] page. But inside the nested query the comma is misunderstood. Therefore you must call a separate Templa
...nk needs to be better explained and implemented into DPL without requiring nested queries and yet another template to do a redirect list that MediaWiki does
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...twin angle brackets now used for delayed tag expansion. This will make '''nested DPL calls''' possible plus applications like the one above. In fact it real
...t. Even if the function could only find one level of parents, it could be nested to find the next level. For instance, if
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* markups can be nested (which is not the case in GDL)
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...ly (like MediaWiki's Special:Whatlinkshere page does) and requires obscure nested queries (and yet another template--DPL is a template abuser/whore, as is Se
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...trick is to get the direct links to '''B''' in the normal way and to use a nested subquery which finds the pages which link to pages that redirect to '''B'''
You can use nested queries. Create an outer query that returns all subcategories of 'Color' an
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...e a regular expression which is horrible but quite nice - as it recognizes nested templates and single (balanced) brackets and curly braces, see http://sesam
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Using nested DPL statements we can even produce a menu which shows more than one level o
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== Combine queries and use a nested query for redirect tracking ==
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Note that nested section tags will contain the complete contents of the outer tags; inner ta
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With two nested DPL statements (see the source of this article) you can achieve this. Note
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== nested dpl queries w/o the use of templates... ==
::What seems to be happenining is in the format of the nested query %PAGE% is still set to what was found in the parent query. any though
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::* A section is a specially labeled portion of wiki text. Sections may be nested and can extend across paragraphs.
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Now we use two nested DPL queries and [[Test matrix2]] to generate the indented list:
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According to the manual dpl supports nested function calls - which is what I am attempting here.
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...scripts on this website which demonstrate how to produce result lists for nested categories, see [[Test_category_hierarchy]], [[Test_subcategories]] and [[C
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Tried the Nested Queries with the Templates [[Template:CatTree]] and [[Template:CatTreeSub]]
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