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Basic Markup

First Level Header
==================

Second Level Header
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This is a simple paragraph of text, written in a
plain text file and flown with fixed 50 characters
per line, like a plaintext email.

You can also write _emphasis_, or **strong**
emphasis, or even ***double-emphasis*** in your
text.

Here's how the slides look:

First Level Header

Second Level Header

This is a simple paragraph of text, written in a plain text file and flown with fixed 50 characters per line, like a plaintext email.

You can also write emphasis, or strong emphasis, or even double-emphasis in your text.

Blockquote Markup

## An alternative way to mark 2nd Level Headers

> This is a blockquote. You can write entire paragraphs
> like that. Again, this is very similar to how emails
> are formatted and written.
> Consider markdown inspired by plain-text email.
>
> And some more text in this blockquote, of course you
> can again use _emphasis_, or **strong** emphasis, or
> even ***double-emphasis*** in your text. But wait,
> there's more!
>

An alternative way to mark 2nd Level Headers

This is a blockquote. You can write entire paragraphs like that. Again, this is very similar to how emails are formatted and written. Consider markdown inspired by plain-text email.

And some more text in this blockquote, of course you can again use emphasis, or strong emphasis, or even double-emphasis in your text. But wait, there's more!

List Markup

## Lists

Unordered (bulleted) lists use either
asterisks, plusses, or hyphens (*, +,
and -) interchangeably as list markers:

* item one
* item two
+ item three
- item four

Lists

Unordered (bulleted) lists use either asterisks, plusses, or hyphens (*, +, and -) interchangeably as list markers:

  • item one
  • item two
  • item three
  • item four

Nested List Markup

## Nested Lists

Nest lists by indenting subordinate items:

* item one
  - item one.one
  * item one.two
+ item three
- item four

Nested Lists

Nest lists by indenting subordinate items:

  • item one
    • item one.one
    • item one.two
  • item three
  • item four

Hyperlink Markup

## Links

This is [an example](http://example.com/ "Title") inline link.

This is [an example][1] reference-style link.

[1]: http://example.com/  "Optional Title Here"

Links

This is an example inline link.

This is an example reference-style link.