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[*] Similar to <br> , with XHTML, the formal horizontal rule end tag is <hr /> . Preformatted text
Occasionally, you'll want the browser to display a block of text as is:
for example, with indented lines and vertically aligned letters or num-
bers that don't change even though the browser window might get res-
ized. The <pre> tag rises to those occasions. All text up to the closing
</pre> end tag appears in the browser window exactly as you type it,
including carriage returns, line feeds, and leading, trailing, and inter-
vening spaces. Although very useful for tables and forms, <pre> text
looks pretty dull; the popular browsers render the block in a monospace
typeface. [ <pre>, 4.6.5 ]
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