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Archive for the ‘Polyglot’ Category

C to Go “cheat sheet” at C, Go – Hyperpolyglot

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/03/06

Great cheat sheet [WayBackC, Go – Hyperpolyglot

via: [WayBack] C to Go “cheat sheet”Try Go. You might like it.http://golang.org – Kevin Powick – Google+

 

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Lightweight Markup: Markdown, reStructuredText, MediaWiki, AsciiDoc, Org-mode – Hyperpolyglot

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/05/03

A great table with comparison of various constructs in Lightweight Markup: Markdown, reStructuredText, MediaWiki, AsciiDoc, Org-mode – Hyperpolyglot

It works much better than the examples in Lightweight markup language – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (which does include more languages).

As I’ve switched to “all source – including docs – should be in text format” years ago, I’m a heavy markdown user, but also use reStructuredText, so this table is of great help.

Reminder to self: reStructuredText does not support strikethrough out of the box.

–jeroen

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