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Two single quotes ''around text'' for italics
Three single quotes '''around text''' for bold
Five '''''around text''''' for bold italic, i.e. 3 + 2
Lists: {3 spaces}* for bullet lists, {3 spaces}# for numbered lists, e.g.
Bulleted Sub-lists can be created by using multiple sets of three spaces, e.g. 6 spaces for level two of the list etc.
References: Also known as WikiNames. JoinCapitalizedWords to refer to a topic or create a reference to a new topic. Note that the regular expression for JoinCapitalizedWords is very strict, two upper-case letters in a row break the reference.

There is an escape sequence to allow topics which are not joined capitalized words, the sequence is backtick-text-backtick, e.g. `ACM`. This is a user-requested feature and an extension beyond the normal rules. It is ideal where you wish to refer to an acronym.
External References: Formatting between double underscores is ignored, unless the double underscore is preceded by a backslash: \
You can use tables by putting four hashes (####) on a line by themselves, then one table row of text per line with two hashes (##) after each cell (including the last cell in the row. End the table with four hashes by themselves.
Pre-formatted text can be displayed by leading with four at signs (

) by themselves. Leave a blank line by itself to end the block, e.g.:
here is some preformatted code
Inline code can be produced by surrounding text in three braces: {{{code}}} = code

To set an automatic redirection from one topic to another, just put redirect:OtherTopicName as the body of the topic. If you wish to change or remove the redirection later, put text of the form edit:TopicName in some other topic - this will link directly to the edit page for the given topic so the redirection can be altered or removed.

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