How can I write inline code (e.g. in a comment) ending in a backtick, without adding an extra space at the end?
I know that backticks can be included if the code is surrounded by double backticks, like so:
But what if we want the last character of the code to be a backtick?
``context``` <-- this doesn't work because "```" doesn't close the code segment ``context` `` <-- this adds an extra space at the end
Use case: in Mathematica, context names always end in a backtick.
Of course this is not a big deal, and we can live with that space at the end. I was curious if there was a way to do this. If this is not possible, I'll accept that as an answer.