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<includeonly><code>[[{{{1}}}]]{{#if:{{{2|}}}|&nbsp;{{{2|}}}|}}</code></includeonly><noinclude>
 
 
{{lang|Template:Ent}}
 
{{lang|Template:Ent}}
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<onlyinclude><includeonly><code>[[{{{1}}}]]{{#if:{{{2|}}}|&nbsp;{{{2|}}}|}}</code></includeonly></onlyinclude>
 
This template is a faster and cleaner way of marking text as both a link and code. Its primary use is on entity names, but it is used on other things too, such as VMT parameters and console commands.
 
This template is a faster and cleaner way of marking text as both a link and code. Its primary use is on entity names, but it is used on other things too, such as VMT parameters and console commands.
  
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<code><nowiki>{{ent|sv_cheats|1}}</nowiki></code> would give you {{ent|sv_cheats|1}}.
 
<code><nowiki>{{ent|sv_cheats|1}}</nowiki></code> would give you {{ent|sv_cheats|1}}.
 
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This template is a faster and cleaner way of marking text as both a link and code. Its primary use is on entity names, but it is used on other things too, such as VMT parameters and console commands.

The syntax is simple. {{ent|logic_relay}} would return as logic_relay.

Optionally, you can specify a second field of text to not be counted as a link.

{{ent|sv_cheats|1}} would give you sv_cheats 1.