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Answer 83 - Markdown

What ?? No Markdown ? :P

[](#[.]c;cat;#&&alert"  "
    @echo)Hello World!
[;]:;#bye;dnl</vsh>

Try it here

Distance from Answer 82Answer 82 : 7

e   -> [
:   -> ]
\n  -> (
o H -> o)H
:   -> [
#   -> ]
"   -> :

Voodoo magic ?? Nah!! Here is how it works:

  • [text](link) creates a link.

So the first part of the code is

[](#[.]c;cat;#&&alert"  "
        @echo)

Which creates an empty text link with location

#[.]c;cat;#&&alert"  "
     @echo
  • Next part Hello World! is printed as is

  • Then [;]:;#bye;dnl</vsh> creates a reference link for ; which can be used anywhere in the markdown.

Ex:

[Some text][;] // Outputs a link with text "Some text" and url ";#bye;dnl</vsh>"

Answer 83 - Markdown

What ?? No Markdown ? :P

[](#[.]c;cat;#&&alert"  "
    @echo)Hello World!
[;]:;#bye;dnl</vsh>

Try it here

Distance from Answer 82 : 7

e   -> [
:   -> ]
\n  -> (
o H -> o)H
:   -> [
#   -> ]
"   -> :

Voodoo magic ?? Nah!! Here is how it works:

  • [text](link) creates a link.

So the first part of the code is

[](#[.]c;cat;#&&alert"  "
        @echo)

Which creates an empty text link with location

#[.]c;cat;#&&alert"  "
     @echo
  • Next part Hello World! is printed as is

  • Then [;]:;#bye;dnl</vsh> creates a reference link for ; which can be used anywhere in the markdown.

Ex:

[Some text][;] // Outputs a link with text "Some text" and url ";#bye;dnl</vsh>"

Answer 83 - Markdown

What ?? No Markdown ? :P

[](#[.]c;cat;#&&alert"  "
    @echo)Hello World!
[;]:;#bye;dnl</vsh>

Try it here

Distance from Answer 82 : 7

e   -> [
:   -> ]
\n  -> (
o H -> o)H
:   -> [
#   -> ]
"   -> :

Voodoo magic ?? Nah!! Here is how it works:

  • [text](link) creates a link.

So the first part of the code is

[](#[.]c;cat;#&&alert"  "
        @echo)

Which creates an empty text link with location

#[.]c;cat;#&&alert"  "
     @echo
  • Next part Hello World! is printed as is

  • Then [;]:;#bye;dnl</vsh> creates a reference link for ; which can be used anywhere in the markdown.

Ex:

[Some text][;] // Outputs a link with text "Some text" and url ";#bye;dnl</vsh>"
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Answer 83 - Markdown

What ?? No Markdown ? :P

[](#[.]c;cat;#&&alert"  "
    @echo)Hello World!
[;]:;#bye;dnl</vsh>

Try it here

Distance from Answer 82 : 7

e   -> [
:   -> ]
\n  -> (
o H -> o)H
:   -> [
#   -> ]
"   -> :

Voodoo magic ?? Nah!! Here is how it works:

  • [text](link) creates a link.

So the first part of the code is

[](#[.]c;cat;#&&alert"  "
        @echo)

Which creates an empty text link with location

#[.]c;cat;#&&alert"  "
     @echo
  • Next part Hello World! is printed as is

  • Then [;]:;#bye;dnl</vsh> creates a reference link for ; which can be used anywhere in the markdown.

Ex:

[Some text][;] // Outputs a link with text "Some text" and url ";#bye;dnl</vsh>"

Answer 83 - Markdown

What ?? No Markdown ? :P

[](#[.]c;cat;#&&alert"  "
    @echo)Hello World!
[;]:;#bye;dnl</vsh>

Try it here

Distance from Answer 82 : 7

e   -> [
:   -> ]
\n  -> (
o H -> o)H
:   -> [
#   -> ]
"   -> :

Answer 83 - Markdown

What ?? No Markdown ? :P

[](#[.]c;cat;#&&alert"  "
    @echo)Hello World!
[;]:;#bye;dnl</vsh>

Try it here

Distance from Answer 82 : 7

e   -> [
:   -> ]
\n  -> (
o H -> o)H
:   -> [
#   -> ]
"   -> :

Voodoo magic ?? Nah!! Here is how it works:

  • [text](link) creates a link.

So the first part of the code is

[](#[.]c;cat;#&&alert"  "
        @echo)

Which creates an empty text link with location

#[.]c;cat;#&&alert"  "
     @echo
  • Next part Hello World! is printed as is

  • Then [;]:;#bye;dnl</vsh> creates a reference link for ; which can be used anywhere in the markdown.

Ex:

[Some text][;] // Outputs a link with text "Some text" and url ";#bye;dnl</vsh>"
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Answer 83 - Markdown

What ?? No Markdown ? :P

[](#[.]c;cat;#&&alert"  "
    @echo)Hello World!
[;]:;#bye;dnl</vsh>

Try it here

Distance from Answer 82 : 7

e   -> [
:   -> ]
\n  -> (
o H -> o)H
:   -> [
#   -> ]
"   -> :