This class has an exceptionally long summary. Even the first paragraph is really long, which is important to test because some documenters put a lot of information in the summary, perhaps not expecting that someone will ever actually generate documentation.
With multiple paragraphs.
And text weirdly between paragraphs.
var someCode = new SomeCode(); someCode.Print();
public class ExampleLongSummary
|ExampleLongSummary()||The default constructor.|
Welcome to the remarks that use lists. First a bullet list.
And now a number list.
Followed by a table list.
And now a definition/unknown list.