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There are two styles of headers: Setext and atx.
Setext (Use = or -)
A First Level Header
A Second Level Header
atx (Use 1-6 hash marks(#) at the beginning of the line)
This is a blockquote.
This is the second paragraph in the blockquote.
This is an H2 in a blockquote.
Markdown uses asterisks and underscores to indicate spans of emphasis.
Some of these words are italic.
Some of these words are italic also.
Use two asterisks for bold.
Or, if you prefer, use two underscores instead.
Unordered lists use asterisks, pluses, and hyphens(**, +, -) as list markers. They are interchangeable.
Ordered lists use regular numbers folllowed by periods as list marker.
To input multiple lines in one single item: insert blank lines between lines and use 1 tab for each line.
A list item
with multiple lines.
- Another list item.
- The third item.
There are two styles for creating links: inline and reference.
- This is Bing
Or, we can use name as index.
Image syntax is very much like link syntax.
When the image source is a link:
When the image source is one folder:
Align two pictures in one row: (use pipe) |
The following are
Either simply indent a tab.
1 2 def __init(self): self.height = 160
Either use backticks.
1 2 def __init__(self): self.height = 160
Either use Syntax highlighting (GFM).
1 2 def __init__(self): self.width = 20
TASK LISTS (GFM)
- this is an incomplete iterm
- this is a complete item
|First Header||Second Header|
|Content from cell 1||Content from cell 2|
|First column||Second column|
Tips for Markdown
- Use Markdown TOC extension in VSCode to insert table of contents automatically.