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There seems to be a bug with rendering the following snippet.

<code>`TEST`</code>

It is shown as TEST and should be visible with quotes.

Suprisingly the following works fine

<code>``</code>

and is displayed correctly ``.

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    Inline HTML elements do not prevent further Markdown processing within them. The backticks do need to be escaped or they will simply be processed as another code element. This is by-design of the Markdown specification. – animuson Jan 24 at 18:10
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Try

<code>\`TEST\`</code>

which makes:

`TEST`

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