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Anchor system

Description

After each heading, excluded from TOC, there will be an upward arrow from bar (↥), which links to the parent heading, and an upward arrow to bar (⤒), which links to the top of the page.

---+ parent heading !! [[#TopOfPage][⤒]]
---++ heading !! [[#ParentHeadingAnchor][↥]] [[#TopOfPage][⤒]]

Top level headings will only have the double-upward-arrow, since they have no parent heading.

HTML Symbol
↑ ↑
⇡
↰
↟
↥
⇈
⤒

second level heading (1)

third level heading (1.1)

Bulleted lists (1.1.1)

  • bulleted list
  • A
  • B
  • C
    • C1
    • C2
      • third level?
  • D

Numbered lists (1.1.2)

  1. Numbered lists
  2. are another
  3. option for
  4. making nice looking lists

  1. Letters are
  2. available as well
  3. for list "numbering"
    1. what do different levels
    2. look like in numbered lists?

  1. It's strange that to make numbered lists
  2. you put the same marker at the front of each line
  3. instead of counting up in the markers.
  4. It seems like that would cause confusion
  5. or lack of clarity when editing
  6. since you can't easily tell what line number
  7. something will have on the actual page
  8. and vice-versa.

fourth level heading (1.1.3)

third level heading (1.2)

third level heading (1.3)

third level heading (1.4)

Comments


Comment anchor line for basic comment test


Table comments are above my knowledge level (for now.)

Comment anchor line for table comment test


Words

WhatsTheBigDeal OnlyOneNewline

TwoNewlines

FuzzyWuzzyWasABear

NotAWord

HGCALWikiHome

Word Forced word

Word with different display text

Underscore Caps, no underscore Partial caps, no underscore FAQ Forum
HGCAL_ModuleConstruction HGCALModuleConstruction HGCalModuleConstruction HGCalModuleConstructionFAQ HGCalModuleConstructionForum
HGCAL_ModuleTesting HGCALModuleTesting HGCalModuleTesting HGCalModuleTestingFAQ HGCalModuleTestingForum
HGCAL_MACSetup HGCALMACSetup HGCalMACSetup HGCalMACSetupFAQ HGCalMACSetupForum

Existing prefix seem to be "HGCAL"

Might have to force words on some (MACSetup) or figure out other name

Tables

Alignment

A0 B0 C0 D0
A1 B1 C1 D1
LEFT MIDDLE RIGHT Alignment
TWO these are
not empty
pad out the length so we can see alignment in the other areas

Bold on rows and columns

__ _0 _1 _2
0_ 00 01 02
1_ 10 11 12
2_ 20 21 22

Code in tables

module import statement
numpy import numpy
math import math
os import os
matplotlib import matplotlib.pyplot as plt

Chess, anyone?

       
       
       
       

Pauli Matrices

0 1
1 0

0 -i
i 0

1 0
0 -1

Code

import this

import matplotlib.pyplot as plt

Verbatim, no equals signs

>>> import numpy
>>> x = numpy.zeros([256,256,3])
>>> x[16:32,64:128,:] = 1
>>> x.sum()
3648.0
>>> x[x==1].shape
(3648,)
>>> 

Looks like verbatim can do multi-line fixed width, no equals signs. What about verbatim

in-line
?

No, that puts it on its own line.

Doing in-line with euqals signs

What about bold fixed font?

Image(s)

  • Just some shapes:
    abstract.png

  • My cats:
    2-17-2019_Bench.jpeg

-- Main.bodegard - 2019-02-15

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