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How to | Identify Different Cell Brackets
Content in a Mathematica notebook is broken up into cells. Each cell has a cell bracket. Markings on a cell bracket indicate important information about that cell.
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A cell bracket with a triangular notch can contain typeset Mathematica expressions:
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A cell bracket with an additional short horizontal line indicates a cell that should not be evaluated:
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Initialization cell brackets include a short vertical line:
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TraditionalForm cells display with a dashed line down the whole height of the cell:
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