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If I would like to quote multiple lines together, do I have to add ">" at the beginning of every line and two spaces at the end of each line? Is there a way similar to [quote] ... [\quote]. By the way, what is [quote] ... [\quote] used for, and why it does not work here?

Similarlly, is there something as convenient as to [code] ... [\code] to quote a snippet of code?

Thanks!

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  1. To get quotes highlight the text and press "Ctrl+Q" (Q for quote).

  2. For a code block, highlight the text and press "Ctrl+K" (K for Code).

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    $\begingroup$ Or use buttons with quote and zeros and ones. $\endgroup$
    – user88
    Commented Nov 22, 2010 at 9:25

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