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In this sentence, the words 'npm install npm@latest -g' will be formatted as inline code!

The Challenge is to decide weither this statement is true or not. One backtick is used for inline code, so in this case the statement has to be true!?

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
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It would be true if the expression were enclosed in backticks (accents). But those are apostrophe's (aka "single quotes"), so code formatting would not be applied.

Thanks, now I see it!