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Fixed #2001 -- corrected a couple of typos in the custom tag examples…

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@@ -802,7 +802,7 @@ Writing inclusion tags is probably best demonstrated by example. We will write
a tag that outputs a list of choices for a Poll object, such as was created in
the tutorials_. We will use this tag like this::
- {{ show_results poll }}
+ {% show_results poll %}
and the output will be something like this::
@@ -866,7 +866,7 @@ For example, suppose we are writing an inclusion tag that will always be used
in a context that contains ``home_link`` and ``home_title`` variables that
point back to the main page. We can write a tag that is used like this::
- {{ jump_link }}
+ {% jump_link %}
and renders this::

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