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Figure 8-46. A multiple-line inline element
Basically, nothing's changed. All we did was take the singleline and break it into pieces, and then stack those pieces on top ofeach other. Piece of cake.
In Figure 8-46, the borders for each line of textalso happen to coincide with the top and bottom of each line box.This is only true because no padding or line height has been set for