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How can I write this symbol: ` inside a code block in just one line?

As the code blocks are defined by: ```, I am not able to write one of these inside the code block.

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We use the term 'code block' to refer to a ... block ... of code, as opposed to 'in-line code'. For that, see the duplicate question. For code blocks, the following Markdown

```
`
```

produces

`

Alternatively, you can use the old style code blocks (indentation by four spaces). The following Markdown would work as well:

    `
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  • Okay, I've edited the question because I was referring to write everything in the same line, but this solution works! – Jeni Apr 24 at 12:07
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    @Jeni You can also use a backslash to escape a single backtick in a inline code sample. Eg, inline code ` sample, which I wrote using: inline `code \` sample` – PM 2Ring Apr 24 at 12:36

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