9.2 Calamaro tricks and tips

Many of the tricks and tips here are actually MultiMarkdown tricks and tips.

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TEXT
MultiMarkdown Result
This text is **bold**. This text is bold.
This text is also __bold__. This text is also bold.
This text is *italicized*. This text is italicized.
This text is also _italicized_. This text is also italicized.
`This is some code.` This is some code.
This is a rather
long section of code
taking multiple lines
This is a rather
long section of code
taking multiple lines
MultiMarkdown Result
Link to [Google](http://google.com). Link to Google.
Link to <http://google.com>. Link to http://google.com
Link to [Google][] with attributes later in the document.

Another Link to the [search engine][Google].

[Google]: http://google.com “The Google!” style=“border: solid black 1px;” target=“_blank”
Link to Google with attributes later in the document.

Another Link to the search engine.
Send me an email at <address@example.com>. Send me an email at address@example.com.
Cross referencing
MultiMarkdown
You can place a link to a point in your document like this [one], or [another] place in the doc.

### one###

A simple subheading in a larger document with the same name as the referring tag.

### Another place in the document [another] ###

Another place in the document that is referenced by the [another] tag in the heading

######A special case is for H6 for which you might define as plain text appearance which you can link to without an obvious header if you give it a name such as [Hidden link]######

You can place a link to a point in your document like this one, or another place in the doc.

one

A simple subheading in a larger document with the same name as the referring tag.

Another Place in the Document

Another place in the document that is referenced by the another tag in the heading. And here you can link to a Hidden link

Mathematical formula’s

\[ {e}^{i\pi }+1=0 \]

$${e}^{i\pi }+1=0$$