This is the current correct syntax for tables:

This
||head1||head2
|field11|field12
|field21|field22

produces this
head1head2
field11field12
field21field22

This syntax is more intuitive (table-like):

This
||head1||head2||
|field11|field12|
|field21|field22|

produces this
head1head2
field11field12
field21field22

The additional '|' at the right produces an additional column. Someone might consider this a bug.


I would also like to see a way to span a cell so if I was to do

This
||head1||head2||
|field11|field12|
|field21

would produce a table where field21 spanned the columns head1 and head2. While now it produces this:
head1head2
field11field12
field21

If you want to display a '|' inside a table you can insert its numeric character entity:

This
||AND|&
||OR ||

produces
AND&
OR |


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