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- These categories are used to track, build and organize lists of pages needing "attention en masse" (for example, pages using deprecated syntax), or that may need to be edited at someone's earliest convenience.
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This is a tracking category for CS1 citations that have
The templates are responsible for static text rendered in the citation. When
|edition= is used in a template, cs1|2 adds the abbreviation 'ed.' to the value in the parameter so:
- 1st ed.
The templates emit this error message when various forms of
edition are found in the value assigned to
To resolve this error, remove the extraneous text from the parameter value.
Pages with this error are automatically placed in Category:CS1 errors: extra text: edition (4 pages).[a]
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