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# Text Formatting¶

Text formatting tags are used to emphasize text in different ways and to introduce special characters.

@bold{...}

Emphasize text by with bold

aliases

@b @textbf

examples
@bold{This text is bold!}
@b{This text is bold!}
@textbf{This text is bold!}

@italics{...}

Emphasize text by with italics

aliases

@i @textit

examples
@italics{This text is in italics}
@i{This text is in italics}
@textit{This text is in italics}

@sup{...}

Superscript text

examples
@sup{1}H

@sub{...}

Subscript text

examples
H@sub{2}O

@supsub{...}

A superscript followed by a subscript text. This tag formats the superscript directly above the subscript

content

The superscript and the subscript are separated by two ampersands (&&)

examples
@supsub{12 && 6}C

@symbol{...}

aliases

@smb

examples
@symbol{alpha}-helix

@verb{...}

Mark text as verbatim–i.e. do not process the text and present the text without modification.

tex

In tex, this tag will be rendered as an inline \verb|| command.

examples
My @v{@bold{bold}} tag.

verbatim{...}

Mark a block of text as verbatim–i.e. do not process the text and present the text without modification.

tex

In tex, this tag will be rendered as a \begin{verbatim}...\end{verbatime} environment.

examples
@verbatim{My verbatim text}