#### #3 Markdown sample

Markdown Sample  [Public]
written by Administrator at Mar 1, 2021 7:24 AM

# Markdown sample

• This Markdown text is dispay on 'Display sample' area,
You can check the display of Markdown

• After the "#", by opening a space, write the title of the character
• Change is the number the magnitude of the "#"

## Itemization -> "-"

• "-" is itemization
• After the "#", by opening a space, write the contents of the bullet
• If the space put three, and displayed by being indented as before
• This will be displayed in a hierarchical structure as

## Itemization(with numbers) -> "1."

1. "1." is itemization(with numbers)
1. After the "1.", by opening a space, write the contents of the bullet
1.Except that the number is attached "-" and this is the same

## Strong -> "Two * (asterisk)"

• Emphasize that it surrounds the emphasis you want part in the statement in the "two * (asterisk)"
• It is like this emphasized for example

## Border -> "Three or more of the * (asterisk)"

• If you want to put a border, it is described only "three or more of the * (asterisk)"
• Border is displayed above

## Code

• Where you want to display the code is enclosed in " (back quote) "
require 'redcarpet'
markdown = Redcarpet.new("Hello World!")
puts markdown.to_html


## Extended markdown syntax

• The part you want to put a web site introduction, to describe the WebSiteURL
• Emoji

• Pictographs are displayed by inserting a key between : and :
• The list of pictographs is displayed on the link of people nature objects places symbols, so it is also possible to select from them
• :+1: :smile:

• If you enter the article ID after #, it will be a link to another article
• If you enter #, the choices of linked articles are displayed
• #1 ← Link to article "1"
• Formula in LaTeX format (block display)

• If you enclose it with $$, it will display the formula as a block •$$ e^{i\theta} = \cos\theta + i\sin\theta $$• Formula in LaTeX format (inline display) • Inline display when enclosed with  • The famous Euler formula is e^{i\theta}=\cos\theta+i\sin\theta ． • Formula in LaTeX format (code block) • In the code block \ \ \ math, write the mathematical expression directly (The above '' is unnecessary) • \\ is a newline$$ Formula1: E = mc^2 \\ Formula2: \sum_{n=1}^\infty \frac{1}{n^2} = \frac{\pi^2}{6} \\ The famous Euler formula is $e^{i\theta}=\cos\theta+i\sin\theta$ ． 

## Insert the image into the article (upload the image copied to the clipboard directly)

• It is possible to paste directly into the text editing area

## Insert slide into article

• Uploading a slide (PDF) will allow you to press the "Slideshow" button and press it to display a slideshow