Markup Language Syntax

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Fmark (Friendly Markup) is a very simple markup language withoutsyntax and simple but sophisticated document styling, capable ofproducing PDF and XML files.

Versions [faq]0.1.0, 0.1.1
Dependenciesbase (4.5.*), directory (1.1.*), filepath (1.3.*), mtl (2.1.*), process (1.1.*), Unixutils (1.50.*) [details]
AuthorJosé Lopes
MaintainerJosé Lopes <jabolopes AT gmail DOT com>
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Markup Language Syntax

Download formatting syntax myclearcode for FREE. All formats available for PC, Mac, eBook Readers and other mobile devices. Download formatting syntax myclearcode.pdf. In computer text processing, a markup language is a system for annotating a document in a way that is syntactically distinguishable from the text, meaning when the document is processed for display, the markup language is not shown, and is only used to format the text. This is a new markup language that we call markmin designed to. You can place an anchor anywhere in the text using the syntax name where name is the.


  • fmark-0.1.1.tar.gz [browse] (Cabal source package)
  • Package description (as included in the package)

Maintainer's Corner

For package maintainers and hackage trustees

Bear Notes are saved in plain text format and stored inside a local database. The notes are enhanced by Polar: a simple markup language inspired by CommonMark.

With Polar it is very easy and intuitive to express different text styles, links and to reference files. Every style can be applied using Bear user interface or by writing down the markup characters.


Here is the Polar syntax cheatsheet:

Md Markup Language Syntax

  • Heading → # Heading 1 , ## Heading 2, ### Heading 3, etc…
  • Line Separator → ---
  • bold*bold text*
  • italic/italic/
  • underline_underline_
  • strikethrough-strikethrough-
  • link → [link](
  • marker::marker::
  • unordered list → * unordered element (start of line)
  • ordered list → 1. ordered element (start of line)
  • todo → - todo (start of line)
  • done todo → + done todo (start of line)
  • quote → > quote (start of line)
  • tag → #tag
  • multiwords tags → #multi-word tag#
  • nested tags → #recipes/meat