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MarkDown

What’s Markdown?

Markdown is a lightweight markup language that you can use to add formatting elements to plaintext text documents. Created by John Gruber in 2004, Markdown is now one of the world’s most popular markup languages.

Why Use Markdown?

  • Markdown can be used for everything. People use it to create websites, documents, notes, books, presentations, email messages, and technical documentation.
  • Markdown is portable. Files containing Markdown-formatted text can be opened using virtually any application. If you decide you don’t like the Markdown application you’re currently using, you can import your Markdown files into another Markdown application. That’s in stark contrast to word processing applications like Microsoft Word that lock your content into a proprietary file format.
  • Markdown is platform independent. You can create Markdown-formatted text on any device running any operating system.

Syntex

Headers

# This is a H1
## This is a H2
### This is a H3
#### This is a H4
##### This is a H5
###### This is a H6

This is a H1

This is a H2

This is a H3

This is a H4

This is a H5
This is a H6

List

● Ordered Lists

To create an ordered list, add line items with numbers followed by periods. The numbers don’t have to be in numerical order, but the list should start with the number one.

1. 1st
2. 2nd
3. 3th
  1. 1st
  2. 2nd
  3. 3th

● Unordered Lists

* Text A
  * Text B
    * Text CIn addition to '*', '-' and '=' can be used.
It is also possible to use a mixture of individual symbols.+ Text A
  - Text B
    = Text C
  • Text A
    • Text B
      • Text C
  • Text A
    • Text B
      = Text C

BlockQuote

It uses the '>' block-in characters used in e-mail.

> This is a blockqute.

This is a first blockqute.

This is a second blockqute.

This is a third blockqute.

Code <pre><code></code></pre>

This is a normal paragraph:    This is a code block.
end code block.

This is a normal paragraph:
    This is a code block.
end code block.

Code Block

In Markdown, the default code block is 1 tab or 4 spaces. Github.com, however, supports the code block with three backticks in a row, making the Fenced Code Block a basic way of doing it.


```
ruby
code block
```
```
javascript
function syntaxHighlight(code, lang) {
   var foo = 'rhio';
   var bar = 33;
}
```

Horizontal Rule <hr/>

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Link

Reference link

[link keyword][id]
[id]: URL "Optional Title here"Link: [Google][googlelink]
[googlelink]: https://google.com "Go google"

Link: Google

Inline Link

syntax: [Title](link)

Link: Google

Other link

<http://example.com/>
<address@example.com>

http://example.com/
address@example.com


Emphasis

*single asterisks*
_single underscores_
**double asterisks**
__double underscores__
++underline++
~~cancelline~~

single asterisks
single underscores
double asterisks
double underscores
++underline++
cancelline

Images

![Alt text](/path/to/img.jpg)
![Alt text](/path/to/img.jpg "Optional title")

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