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If I want to write this :

>>> calendar = GoogleCalendar(user='blabla', password='blablabla')
>>> calendar.myFunction()

After a list, the >>> become a blockquote ...

  • Here is the list

    calendar = GoogleCalendar(user='blabla', password='blablabla') calendar.myFunction()

Here is the bug ...

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You just need to indent it eight (8) spaces:

  • Here is the list

    >>> calendar = GoogleCalendar(user='blabla', password='blablabla')
    >>> calendar.myFunction()
    

Which is just:

 - Here is the list

8 spaces>>> calendar = GoogleCalendar(user='blabla', password='blablabla')
8 spaces>>> calendar.myFunction()
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And this is what happens when you have too many tabs open. –  random Dec 9 '09 at 14:57

Alternately put a paragraph or a non-visible HTML element as a separator between them.

Method 1 - non-visible HTML separator

  • list item
i++;

Method 2 - paragraph text separator

  • list item

paragraph of text here

i++;
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You have to indent your code by an additional 4 spaces for every level of list items.


  • list level one

    > code block
    
    • level two

      > code block
      
      • level three

        > code block
        
    • level two

      > code block
      

Reset

> code block


- list level one

        > code block
    - level two

            > code block
        - level three

                > code block
    - level two

            > code block

Reset

    > code block
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