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This is a set of tests for pandoc. Most of them are adapted from John Gruber’s markdown test suite.

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Level 3 with emphasis

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Level 4

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Level 5
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Level 1

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Level 2 with emphasis

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Level 3

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with no blank line

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Level 2

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with no blank line

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Paragraphs

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Here’s a regular paragraph.

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In Markdown 1.0.0 and earlier. Version 8. This line turns into a list item. Because a hard-wrapped line in the middle of a paragraph looked like a list item.

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Here’s one with a bullet. * criminey.

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There should be a hard line break
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Block Quotes

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E-mail style:

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This is a block quote. It is pretty short.

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Code in a block quote:

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sub status {+    print "working";+}
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A list:

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1. item one
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3. item two
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Nested block quotes:

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nested

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nested

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This should not be a block quote: 2 > 1.

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And a following paragraph.

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Code Blocks

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Code:

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---- (should be four hyphens)++sub status {+    print "working";+}++this code block is indented by one tab
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And:

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this code block is indented by two tabs++These should not be escaped:  \$\\ \> \[ \{ + + Lists + Unordered + Asterisks tight: + + • asterisk 1 • + • asterisk 2 • + • asterisk 3 • + + Asterisks loose: + + • asterisk 1 • + • asterisk 2 • + • asterisk 3 • + + Pluses tight: + + • Plus 1 • + • Plus 2 • + • Plus 3 • + + Pluses loose: + + • Plus 1 • + • Plus 2 • + • Plus 3 • + + Minuses tight: + + • Minus 1 • + • Minus 2 • + • Minus 3 • + + Minuses loose: + + • Minus 1 • + • Minus 2 • + • Minus 3 • + + Ordered + Tight: + + 1. First 2. + 3. Second 4. + 5. Third 6. + + and: + + 1. One 2. + 3. Two 4. + 5. Three 6. + + Loose using tabs: + + 1. First 2. + 3. Second 4. + 5. Third 6. + + and using spaces: + + 1. One 2. + 3. Two 4. + 5. Three 6. + + Multiple paragraphs: + + 1. Item 1, graf one. + Item 1. graf two. The quick brown fox jumped over the lazy dog’s back. 2. + 3. Item 2. 4. + 5. Item 3. 6. + + Nested + + • Tab+ + • Tab+ + • Tab • + • + • + + Here’s another: + + 1. First 2. + 3. Second:+ + • Fee • + • Fie • + • Foe • + 4. + 5. Third 6. + + Same thing but with paragraphs: + + 1. First 2. + 3. Second: + + • Fee • + • Fie • + • Foe • + 4. + 5. Third 6. + + Tabs and spaces + + • this is a list item indented with tabs • + • this is a list item indented with spaces + + • this is an example list item indented with tabs • + • this is an example list item indented with spaces • + • + + Fancy list markers + + 1. begins with 2 2. + 3. and now 3 + with a continuation + + 1. sublist with roman numerals, starting with 4 2. + 3. more items+ + 1. a subsublist 2. + 3. a subsublist 4. + 4. + 4. + + Nesting: + + 1. Upper Alpha+ + 1. Upper Roman.+ + 1. Decimal start with 6+ + 1. Lower alpha with paren 2. + 2. + 2. + 2. + + Autonumbering: + + 1. Autonumber. 2. + 3. More.+ + 1. Nested. 2. + 4. + + Should not be a list item: + M.A. 2007 + B. Williams + + Definition Lists + Tight using spaces: + + apple + red fruit+ + orange + orange fruit+ + banana + yellow fruit+ + + Tight using tabs: + + apple + red fruit+ + orange + orange fruit+ + banana + yellow fruit+ + + Loose: + + apple + red fruit + + orange + orange fruit + + banana + yellow fruit + + + Multiple blocks with italics: + + apple + red fruit + contains seeds, crisp, pleasant to taste + + orange + orange fruit + { orange code block } + + orange block quote + + + + Multiple definitions, tight: + + apple + red fruit+ + computer+ + orange + orange fruit+ + bank+ + + Multiple definitions, loose: + + apple + red fruit + + computer + + orange + orange fruit + + bank + + + Blank line after term, indented marker, alternate markers: + + apple + red fruit + + computer + + orange + orange fruit + + 1. sublist 2. + 3. sublist 4. + + + + HTML Blocks + Simple block on one line: + +foo+ + And nested without indentation: + + + + foo + + + +bar+ + + Interpreted markdown in a table: ++ +This is emphasized++And this is strong+ ++++++ Here’s a simple block: + + foo + + This should be a code block, though: + <div>+ foo+</div> + As should this: + <div>foo</div> + Now, nested: + + + +foo+ + + + This should just be an HTML comment: ++ Multiline: +++ Code block: + <!-- Comment --> + Just plain comment, with trailing spaces on the line: ++ Code: + <hr /> + Hr’s: + + + + + + + + + + + Inline Markup + This is emphasized, and so is this. + This is strong, and so is this. + An emphasized link. + This is strong and em. + So is this word. + This is strong and em. + So is this word. + This is code: >,$, \, \$, <html>. + This is strikeout. + Superscripts: abcd ahello ahello there. + Subscripts: H2O, H23O, Hmany of themO. + These should not be superscripts or subscripts, because of the unescaped spaces: a^b c^d, a~b c~d. + + Smart quotes, ellipses, dashes + “Hello,” said the spider. “‘Shelob’ is my name.” + ‘A’, ‘B’, and ‘C’ are letters. + ‘Oak,’ ‘elm,’ and ‘beech’ are names of trees. So is ‘pine.’ + ‘He said, “I want to go.”’ Were you alive in the 70’s? + Here is some quoted ‘code’ and a “quoted link”. + Some dashes: one—two — three—four — five. + Dashes between numbers: 5–7, 255–66, 1987–1999. + Ellipses…and…and…. + + LaTeX + + • + • 2 + 2 = 4 • + • x ∈ y • + • α ∧ ω • + • 223 • + • p-Tree • + • Here’s some display math: $$\frac{d}{dx}f(x)=\lim_{h\to 0}\frac{f(x+h)-f(x)}{h}$$ • + • Here’s one that has a line break in it: α + ω × x2. • + + These shouldn’t be math: + + • To get the famous equation, write$e = mc^2$. • + •$22,000 is a lot of money. So is $34,000. (It worked if “lot” is emphasized.) • + • Shoes ($20) and socks ($5). • + • Escaped$: $73 this should be emphasized 23$.
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Here’s a LaTeX table:

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Special Characters

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Here is some unicode:

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• I hat: Î
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• section: §
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• set membership: ∈
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AT&T has an ampersand in their name.

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AT&T is another way to write it.

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This & that.

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4 < 5.

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6 > 5.

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Backslash: \

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Backtick: `

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Asterisk: *

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Underscore: _

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Left brace: {

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Right brace: }

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Left bracket: [

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Right bracket: ]

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Left paren: (

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Right paren: )

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Greater-than: >

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Hash: #

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Period: .

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Bang: !

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Plus: +

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Minus: -

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Explicit

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Just a URL.

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URL and title.

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URL and title.

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URL and title.

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URL and title

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URL and title

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with_underscore

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Empty.

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Reference

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Foo bar.

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Foo bar.

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Foo bar.

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With embedded [brackets].

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b by itself should be a link.

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Indented once.

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Indented twice.

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Indented thrice.

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This should [not][] be a link.

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[not]: /url
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Foo bar.

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Foo biz.

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With ampersands

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Here’s a link with an ampersand in the URL.

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Here’s an inline link in pointy braces.

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With an ampersand: http://example.com/?foo=1&bar=2

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Blockquoted: http://example.com/

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Auto-links should not occur here: <http://example.com/>

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or here: <http://example.com/>
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Images

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From “Voyage dans la Lune” by Georges Melies (1902):

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lalune

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Here is a movie icon.

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Footnotes

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Here is a footnote reference,1 and another.2 This should not be a footnote reference, because it contains a space.[^my note] Here is an inline note.3

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Notes can go in quotes.4

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1. And in list items.5
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This paragraph should not be part of the note, as it is not indented.

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1. Here is the footnote. It can go anywhere after the footnote reference. It need not be placed at the end of the document.

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3. Here’s the long note. This one contains multiple blocks.

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Subsequent blocks are indented to show that they belong to the footnote (as with list items).

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{ <code> }
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If you want, you can indent every line, but you can also be lazy and just indent the first line of each block.

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5. This is easier to type. Inline notes may contain links and ] verbatim characters, as well as [bracketed text].

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7. In quote.

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9. In list.

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