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Comment:Show all possible heading styles in Markdown reference. Expand table example to more closely resemble typical usage.
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User & Date: andygoth 2017-09-22 18:10:36
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Show all possible heading styles in Markdown reference. Expand table example to more closely resemble typical usage. check-in: 02403f06 user: andygoth tags: trunk
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> Paragraphs are divided by blank lines.  
> End a line with two or more spaces to force a mid-paragraph line break.

## Headings ##

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    # Top-level Heading                         Alternative Top Level Heading
    # Top-level Heading Variant #               =============================
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    ## Second-level Heading                     Alternative 2nd Level Heading
    ## Second-level Heading Variant ##          -----------------------------






## Links ##

> 1.  **\[display text\]\(URL\)**
> 2.  **\[display text\]\(URL "Title"\)**
> 3.  **\[display text\]\(URL 'Title'\)**
> 4.  **\<URL\>**
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> Begin each line with at least four spaces or one tab to produce a verbatim
> code block.

## Tables ##

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    | Header 1     | Header 2  | Header 3      |
    --------------------------------------------

    |:Left-aligned |:Centered :| Right-aligned:|
    |              | ← Blank → |               |


> The first row is a header if followed by a horizontal rule or a blank line.

> Placing **:** at the left, both, or right sides of a cell gives left-aligned,
> centered, or right-aligned text, respectively.  By default, header cells are
> centered, and body cells are left-aligned.








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> Paragraphs are divided by blank lines.  
> End a line with two or more spaces to force a mid-paragraph line break.

## Headings ##

>
    # Top Level Heading                 Alternative Top Level Heading
    # Top Level Heading Variant #       =============================
>
    ## 2nd Level Heading                Alternative 2nd Level Heading
    ## 2nd Level Heading Variant ##     -----------------------------
>
    ### 3rd Level Heading               ### 3rd Level Heading Variant ###
    #### 4th Level Heading              #### 4th Level Heading Variant ####
    ##### 5th Level Heading             ##### 5th Level Heading Variant #####
    ###### 6th Level Heading            ###### 6th Level Heading Variant ######

## Links ##

> 1.  **\[display text\]\(URL\)**
> 2.  **\[display text\]\(URL "Title"\)**
> 3.  **\[display text\]\(URL 'Title'\)**
> 4.  **\<URL\>**
................................................................................

> Begin each line with at least four spaces or one tab to produce a verbatim
> code block.

## Tables ##

>
    | Header 1     | Header 2    | Header 3      |
    ----------------------------------------------
    | Row 1 Col 1  | Row 1 Col 2 | Row 1 Col 3   |
    |:Left-aligned |:Centered   :| Right-aligned:|
    |              | ← Blank   → |               |
    | Row 4 Col 1  | Row 4 Col 2 | Row 4 Col 3   |

> The first row is a header if followed by a horizontal rule or a blank line.

> Placing **:** at the left, both, or right sides of a cell gives left-aligned,
> centered, or right-aligned text, respectively.  By default, header cells are
> centered, and body cells are left-aligned.