This post is provided so that people can, in the answers and comments below, test formatting features of Academia Stack Exchange.
Single ` back-quote, and a bunch ``` of them.
Backquote marked inside code:
`ABC`DEF` (Does anyone know how to make a code start or end by a backquote?)
with a code
- and with sublist
- Well, you can add
- bullet sublist, if you wish
Please, don't forget
Pieces of text can be seperated by horizontal rules, too. (And the previous text is bold, huh!)
Last, but not least, you can quote someone,
even with a code
And this is a community wiki answer, so people can try things out.
Test est Test
Do you mean
\The answer is [here](http://meta.stackexchange.com/questions/55437/how-can-the-backtick-character-be-included-in-code). In questions/answers you do double backticks with spaces, but in comments you need` to escape
$2x + 8 = 4$ Why not LaTeX tag?
Testing YouTube URL Embedding
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