github Getting started with github GitHub Flavored Markdown


Example

GitHub expands Markdown syntax to provide new useful features.

Header

# Header1
## Header2
### Header3
#### Header4
##### Header5
###### Header6
H1
===
H2
---

header

Emphasis

*Italic1* _Italic2_
**Bold1** __Bold2__
***Bold_Italic***
~~Strikethrough~~

Emphasis

Horizontal Line

---
***
___

horizontal line

List

unordered list:

* item-1
  * sub-item-1
  * sub-item-2
- item-2
  - sub-item-3
  - sub-item-4
+ item-3
  + sub-item-5
  + sub-item-6


ordered list:

1. item-1
  1. sub-item-1
  2. sub-item-2
2. item-2
  1. sub-item-3
  2. sub-item-4
3. item-3

list

Table

Table Header-1 | Table Header-2 | Table Header-3
:--- | :---: | ---:
Table Data-1 | Table Data-2 | Table Data-3
TD-4 | Td-5 | TD-6
Table Data-7 | Table Data-8 | Table Data-9

table

Code

inline code- `int i=0`

block code-
``` C
for(int i=0; i<10; i++){
    printf("Hallow World! \n");
}
```

code

Quote

> Stay hungry; stay foolish.
>> Quality is better than quantity.
>>> Life is not fair; get used to it.

quote

Link

https://github.com    
[GitHub](https://github.com)    
[GitHub](https://github.com "github website")    
[GitHub][1]    

[1]: https://github.com

Link

Image

![GitHub Logo](https://assets-cdn.github.com/images/icons/emoji/octocat.png "GitHub")

image

Task Lists

- [x] completed item
- [ ] incomplete item

task list

Emoji

:octocat: :+1: :book: :ghost: :bulb: :imp:

For all GitHub emojies visit- Emoji Cheat Sheet.

SHA references

Any reference to a SHA1 hash of a commit will be converted into a link to the commit itself on GitHub:

e7909ea4fbb162db3f7f543d43c30684a3fb745f

sha1

Pull Request and Issue References

Any reference to a pull request or an issue will automatically be linked to that pull request or issue.

This can be done by putting a # in front of the issue/Pull Request number.