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In the posts page of each site, the symbols & < > are not rendered as such; Instead they are replaced by their HTML encodings:

&amp;
&lt;
&gt;

You can see that in the preview of

  • Linux Systems — How to append commands to startx from console.
  • Linux Systems — "A server is already running" error in rails.
  • Power Users — Safe to delete [e0fe99ff-3983-409E-97D9-AA6223751C46].msi?

Sample question with the said problem

Ironically, the symbols are handled correctly in the preview of this very question.

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