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<h2>Markdown Cheatsheet</h3>

<h3>Phrase Emphasis</h3>

<pre><code>italic bold</code></pre>

<h3>Links</h3>

<p>Inline:</p>

<pre><code>A link A link </code></pre>

<p>Reference-style labels:</p>

<pre><code>A link. Then, anywhere else, define the link:

</code></pre>

<h3>Code Spans</h3>

<pre><code>&lt;code&gt; spans are delimited by backticks.

You can include literal backticks like `this`. </code></pre>

<h3>Preformatted Code Blocks</h3>

<p>Indent every line of a code block by at least 4 spaces.</p>

<pre><code>This is a normal paragraph.

This is a preformatted
code block.

</code></pre>

<h3>Lists</h3>

<pre><code>1. an ordered 2. list

<h3>Headers</h3>

<pre><code># Header 1

Header 2

Header 6

</code></pre>

<h3>Blockquotes</h3>

<pre><code>> Email-style angle brackets > are used for blockquotes.

> > And, they can be nested.

> ## Headers in blockquotes > > * You can quote a list. > * Etc. </code></pre>

<h3>Manual Line Breaks</h3>

<p>End a line with two or more spaces:</p>

<pre><code>Roses are red,
Violets are blue. </code></pre>

<p style="margin-top: 1.5em;">More <a href="http://daringfireball.net/projects/markdown/syntax">markdown syntax help here</a>.</p>

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