yes, even hidden code blocks!
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PGP can refer to two things:
The Pretty Good Privacy software originally written by Phil Zimmermann, and now owned by Symantec. The formats for keys, encrypted messages and message signatures defined by that software. These have now been formalised as the OpenPGP standard. The GPG software is an independent implementation of the OpenPGP standards, so you can use it to exchange encrypted messages with people using other OpenPGP implementations (e.g. Symantec's PGP).
|Unless specified otherwise, all of the below tinting applies to both Lollipop and pre-Lollipop using AppCompat v21.|
|To use the support version of these attributes, remove the android namespace.|
|For instance, "android:colorControlNormal" becomes "colorControlNormal".|
|These attributes will be propagated to their corresponding attributes within the android namespace|
|for devices running Lollipop. Any exceptions to this will be noted by including the "android:" prefix.|
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