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Italic text     2 single quotes (').     ''text''
Underlined text     ===text===
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Deleted text     2 dashes "-".     --text--
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Show/Hide
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Autonumbered Headings
!#, !!#, !+#, !-# ...
Table of contents
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Horizontal rule     ----
Text box     ^Box content^
Centered text     ::text::
Dynamic variables
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Wiki References
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