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Use this form to add a new item to the glossary.  Enter the term to be defined in the box below and click on the "Create new glossary entry" button. On the page that is generated, edit the definition text and source of the definition (if applicable).
 
Use this form to add a new item to the glossary.  Enter the term to be defined in the box below and click on the "Create new glossary entry" button. On the page that is generated, edit the definition text and source of the definition (if applicable).
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Note that all glossary page titles are prefixed with "Glossary:", so links to glossary items should be written in the form: <code><nowiki>[[Glossary:Boundary-Scan]]</nowiki></code>
 
Note that all glossary page titles are prefixed with "Glossary:", so links to glossary items should be written in the form: <code><nowiki>[[Glossary:Boundary-Scan]]</nowiki></code>
  
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Revision as of 10:28, 22 August 2017

Use this form to add a new item to the glossary. Enter the term to be defined in the box below and click on the "Create new glossary entry" button. On the page that is generated, edit the definition text and source of the definition (if applicable).


Note that all glossary page titles are prefixed with "Glossary:", so links to glossary items should be written in the form: [[Glossary:Boundary-Scan]]




Remember to save the new page after editing the details!