To create inline code, wrap with backticks
To create a code block, either indent each line by 4 spaces, or place 3 backticks
``` on a line above and below the code block.
A code block or span displays every character inside exactly as it was typed.Close
Remember, one level of indentation in a code block equals 4 spaces or one tab.Close
An indented code block continues until it reaches a line that is not indented.Close
3 backticks on a single line
``` marks the beginning and end of a code block.
This is sometimes called a “code fence”.Close
Format only the math in this sentence as inline code:
Format the score table as an indented code block:
Format this code using the code fence method: