Example Article


This is an example article. It contains a wide range of various content to demonstrate how this blog styles such content. For example, this is some text with a footnote.1

This is a way to determine the number of characters per line in the various layouts:

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This text is italic, while this is bold, and this is a link.

For code, you have two types:

inline code

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def function(*args, **kwargs):
    print(args)

var = 2 * 2
list_comp = [x*x for x in range(10)]

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fractal

For example, a list:

  • Item number one
  • Item number two
    • A nested item
  • A final item

or with numbers!

  1. Remember to buy some milk
  2. Drink the milk
  3. Tweet that I remembered to buy the milk, and drank it

This is a sample table:

Operator Description
== equal
!= not equal
< less than (available for numeric values and dates only)
> greater than (available for numeric values and dates only)
<= less than or equal (available for numeric values and dates only)
>= greater than or equal (available for numeric values and dates only)
in_range(attribute, min_value, max_value) numeric values within the range of min_value through max_value in the specified attribute

fin.

  1. This is a footnote for my Example Article.