Markdown-Discuss Digest, Vol 106, Issue 4

John Laudun johnlaudun at
Fri Jan 13 14:45:24 EST 2012

> The only problem as I see it is that three dashes produce a long dash

> and a hyphen rather than an em-dash, although two dashes seem to work

> well. But investigating that will have to wait for the morrow!

I'm afraid you are confusing two different replies. SmartyPants looks for two hyphens (or tee dashes) and turns them into an em dash. The three dashes is for another implementation of Markdown. (There are a variety of "flavors" or "distros" or "forks" or whatever of it.)


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