Template:Japan-road-stub

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About this template

This template is used to identify a stub relating to the roads and highways in Japan. It uses , which is a meta-template designed to ease the process of creating and maintaining stub templates.

Usage

Typing produces the message shown at the beginning, and adds the article to the following category:

General information

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What is a stub?

A stub is an article containing only a few sentences of text which is too short to provide encyclopedic coverage of a subject.

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  • Place a stub template at the very end of the article, after the "External links" section, any navigation templates, and the category tags. As usual, templates are added by including their name inside double braces, e.g. .

Further information

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