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Interesting instructions about text formatting @EITBv7r - Check this out #formatting

https://www.thelayoff.com/h/formatting

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So, it appears that a back-tick (``) symbol surrounding text does make a code block.

And you have to "escape" a back-tick with another back-tick to type a back-tick in a message.

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Post ID: @vSlfr+IDfV5sC

It would be nice if back-tick (`) symbols also worked as a codeblock or monospaced font.

```
Does putting lines
of text between a triple back-tick block do anything?
```

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Post ID: @vSsue+IDfV5sC

Correction:

Italicized text is text between two asterisk symbols (*).
Bold text is text between double asterisk symbols (**).

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Post ID: @vSwjo+IDfV5sC

How to quote: Start the line with a "greater than" (>) sign followed by a space and the text to be quoted.

Blank lines between quoted lines need to have a greater than sign and a space with the next line to be quoted also having it's own greater than sign / space group.

Like this example.

Any line quoted ends at the next return/end-of-line character.

_Italicized_ text is text between two underscore symbols (_).
Bold text is text between two Asterisks (*).

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Post ID: @vSkdc+IDfV5sC

` how to quote?
' quotes
' tick marks '
` tidla tick marks `

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