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The ` are used to indicate inline code, just like in posts or in comments. Typing `name` results in name, this is status-bydesign. If you want these backticks to be displayed instead, escape them by typing a backslash first, like this: \`name\`


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You're almost there, you just have to reverse the order of the formatting: **`bold`** produces bold *`italic`* produces italic As you can see, this works in posts as well.


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You can currently only achieve that by adding an Zero-width space ​ after each char of the string of chars that doesn't have any whitespace character. To achieve this result: It happened to me recently that I needed to ask a question that included a long string of characters such as the following one: a​a​a​a​a​a&#...


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One hack that might work in certain situations is to replace the space with   to prevent a line break It happened to me recently that I needed to ask a question that included a long string of characters such as the following one: aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa. (No guarantee ...


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In normal context, the style that will do what you want is: … a long string of characters such as the following one: <span style="word-break: break-all">aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa</span>. How to get that style to have effect in a markdown context is a different problem.


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