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You can output a <% (E.G., <%# my asp.net databinding code %> ) by writing <%%. Please see this for more information: docs.codesmithtools.com/.../Escaping+ASP.NET+Tags
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Could you please repost your question.
I need to output a <% in my template, but codesmith doesn't translate %lt to an angle bracket. (I think it's blank above because I did have an angle bracket in my forum post. How can I do that?