- A bullet list item
- Second item
- A sub item
- Spacing between items creates separate lists
- Third item
An enumerated list item
Sub item that goes on at length and thus needs to be wrapped. Note the indentation that must match the beginning of the text, not the enumerator.
List items can even include
Another enumerated list item
some literal text
This may also be used inline at the end of a paragraph, like so:
some more literal text
print("A literal block directive explicitly marked as python code")
def example(): print 'Hello World'
Do or do not, but I am your father.
|Header 1||Header 2||Header 3|
|body row 1||column 2||column 3|
|body row 2||Cells may span columns.|
|body row 3||Cells may span rows.||
|body row 4|
A transition marker is a horizontal line of 4 or more repeated punctuation characters.
A transition should not begin or end a section or document, nor should two transitions be immediately adjacent.
|||This is the first one.|
|||This is the second one.|
Citation references, like [CIT2002]. Note that citations may get rearranged, e.g., to the bottom of the “page”.
|[CIT2002]||A citation (as often used in journals).|
Citation labels contain alphanumerics, underlines, hyphens and fullstops. Case is not significant.