# Documentation language

## Paragraphs

Paragraphs are one or more consecutive lines of text.
Line breaks do not cause breaks in the output.
If you want to insert a line break
enter 2 space characters at the end of the line.

A blank line ends the paragraph.


Paragraphs are one or more consecutive lines of text. Line breaks do not cause breaks in the output. If you want to insert a line break
enter 2 space characters at the end of the line.

A blank line ends the paragraph.

# H1
## H2
### H3
#### H4


H4

## Text styles

**Bold**, __Bold__
*Italic*, _Italic_
~~Strikethrough~~


Bold, Bold, Italic, Italic, ~Strikethrough~

## Formulas

Inline formula: \$N = T * 12  Inline formula: Block formula: $
c = {{
r_'m P/(1-(1+r_'m)^{-N}) # r_'m /= 0
##
P/N                      # r_'m = 0
}



Block formula:

## Code

Inline code has back-ticks around it.


Inline code has back-ticks around it.


block code
with multiple lines
are fenced by 3 back-ticks


block code
with multiple lines
are fenced by 3 back-ticks

## Lists

### Unordered lists

* one
- two
+ three

• one
• two
• three

### Ordered lists

1. Item 1
2. Item 2
3. Item 3
10. Actual numbers do not count

1. Item 1
2. Item 2
3. Item 3
4. Actual numbers do not count

### Multiline items

- simple line
break does not count.
- line break counts when 2 space characters are
placed at the end of the line.

• simple line break does not count.
• line break counts when 2 space characters are
placed at the end of the line.

### Nested lists

- level 1
- indent with 4 spaces
- level 3

• level 1
• indent with 4 spaces
• level 3
1. level 1
2. level 2
1. level 3

1. level 1
1. level 2
1. level 3

## Tables

| Col 1         | Col 2         | Col 3 |
| ------------- |:-------------:| -----:|
| **col 3 is**  | right-aligned |  1600 |
| col 2 is      | *centered*    |    12 |
| formula       | \\$ (1-(1+r_'m)^{-N}) |    12 |

Col 1 Col 2 Col 3
col 3 is right-aligned 1600
col 2 is centered 12
formula 12

## Blockquotes

In the words of Abraham Lincoln:

> Pardon my French


In the words of Abraham Lincoln:

Pardon my French