Unsupported titles/Square brackets


TranslingualEdit
Punctuation markEdit
 Encloses a number of changes in quoted text.
 Paraphrase inserted to clarify context.
 [Luke,] I am your father.
 Comments about alterations.
 The message said: "Contact them ASAP, their email is [omitted], that's the chance of your life!"
 Orthographical alterations.
 He said, "[d]on't do it!"
 (papyrology, epigraphy) Restored writing that was present in the original text but has since become damaged or broken away.
 Synonym: ‹ ›
 (textual criticism, palaeography) Denotes a text deemed interpolated.
 See [...] for omissions in quoted text.
 Paraphrase inserted to clarify context.
 (linguistics) Encloses a phonetic transcription.
 (computing, programming) Encloses optional parameters in syntax help.
DROP TABLE tbl_name [, tbl_name] ...
Coordinate termsEdit
 / / (encloses a phonemic representation)
 ⟨ ⟩ (encloses an orthographic representation)
 ⸢ ⸣ (encloses partially broken or missing glyphs)
Derived termsEdit
 [...] (used when omitting a section in quoted text)
SymbolEdit
 (mathematics) Encloses a mathematical phrase which has increased operator precedence.
 (mathematics) Encloses a polynomial ring.
 (mathematics) An alternating bilinear function satisfying the Jacobi identity; typically in the context of and as the operation of a Lie algebra, thus referred to as Lie bracket.
 (mathematics) Encloses a matrix or vector.
 Synonym: ( )
 (mathematics) Singles out a digit or portion of an equation, for commentary.
 (mathematics) Denotes the least common multiple of two integers.
 [4,6]=12
 (mathematics) Alternative form of ⌊ ⌋
 (programming) In a number of programming languages, used as the array index operator, the subscript operator.
 t[1] = "one"
 t[2] = "two"
 (regular expressions) Matches a single character that is contained within the brackets, including ranges.
[ace]
matches "a", "b", "c", or "e"