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ਲੂਆ:ਸਕਿਰਬੰਟੋ ਯੂਨਿਟ/ਡਾਕੂਮੈਂਟ -- Checks an input string contains the expected string
ਲੂਆ:ਆਰਜੂਮੈਂਟ/doc First, you need to load the module. It contains one function, named codice_1.
ਲੂਆ:ਆਰਜੂਮੈਂਟਾਂ codice_19 is then called by codice_21, which contains the code codice_22. This produces the result "firstInvokeArg".
ਲੂਆ:ਆਰਜੂਮੈਂਟਾਂ First, you need to load the module. It contains one function, named codice_1.
ਲੂਆ:ਆਰਜੂਮੈਂਟ/doc codice_19 is then called by codice_21, which contains the code codice_22. This produces the result "firstInvokeArg".
ਮੱਦਦ:ਮੈਟਾ ਫਰਮੀਕਰਨ So that other users can learn to use substituted templates, top-level metatemplates that will appear in normal templates (rather than in other metatemplates) should mark their presence with a comment. This comment usually goes at the end of the template, and simply contains a link to the substituted template:
Portal:ਬ੍ਰਹਿਮੰਡ ਵਿਗਿਆਨ/Selected article/6 In physical cosmology and astronomy, dark energy is an unknown form of energy which permeates all of space and tends to accelerate the expansion of the universe. Dark energy is the most accepted hypothesis to explain the observations since the 1990s indicating that the universe is expanding at an accelerating rate. According to the Planck mission team, and based on the standard model of cosmology, on a mass–energy equivalence basis, the observable universe contains 26.8% dark matter, 68.3% dark energy (for a total of 95.1%) and 4.9% ordinary matter. Again on a mass–energy equivalence basis, the density of dark energy (6.91 × 10 kg/m) is very low: in the solar system, it is estimated only 6 tons of dark energy would be found within the radius of Pluto's orbit. However, it comes to dominate the mass–energy of the universe because it is uniform across space.