# Test-article

% This is the title of the article, according to its bio-block % Martin Wolf

# Pandoc features test/demo page

## Introduction

The purpose of this page is to test (and show off) the features of Pandoc. As it’s own website says:

If you need to convert files from one markup format into another, pandoc is your swiss-army knife.

Sometimes you may want to put explicit line breaks
into a paragraph. You can do that in Classic
Markdown style, by putting extra spaces at the end
of the line, or in Pandoc style, by ending the line \ with a backslash. The latter has the advantage that \ you can see it in your text editor.

# Next chapter — the fun starts! {#the-fun-starts bgcolor=blue}

As someone once said:

To be or not to be.

Said Shakespeare.

| Once upon a time | In a small town | There lived three little piggies | In a house made of straw!

# Lists containing code blocks

1. First item.

2. Second item.

3. Third item.

ruby def exterminate victims.each do |victim| victim.kill end end 

That was fun!

4. Fourth item.

Fancy list:

# . third

9) nine 9) nine 9) nine

  i. Roman
ii. Roman Too
iii. Roman Again


Pessimism : Experienced Realism

Optimism : The precursor to disappointment

## Tables

Right-aligned Left-aligned
apple pear
banana smoothie orange juice
crocodile kitten

## Some other tricks

Subscript: H~2~O \ Superscript: 210^

Ah, and you can strikeout text as well.

## Code

Turns out you can apply attributes to inline code: <a href="http://example.com">link</a>{.html}.

## Mathjax

$$\sumn_{i=1}=\frac{1}{2}n(n+1)$$

[Click here][#the-fun-starts] to go back to the first chapter!