Example: "void*" becomes void (the asterisk is lost). See my comment on Nicholaz's response on http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1763616/ignore-initialization-from-incompatible-pointer-type-warnings
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Craig is right, but his answer doesn't escape the backticks. He generated his answer:
, by doing this:
I know it's a minor thing to complain about, but he does say "surround it ... like this," and the question is already about how to use Markdown.
Incidentally, I made the backticks show up in my answer by putting HTML
When you put code in a comment, surround it with backticks (`), like this:
Then it will be formatted like code and won't apply Markdown.
You don't have to use backticks. You can use a backslash to escape asterisk.