Codewars supports Markdown.
You may find below a summary of the most used ones.
Use code spans and code blocks to show the text as-is. Use code block to show the syntax highlighted code.
Use single backtick (`) to show the text as is inline.
For code blocks, use triple backticks (a "code fence").
The opening code fence can be followed by an optional text called the info string. When the info string is a valid language ID,
python for example, the content is syntax highlighted.
See the language's documentation in supported languages to find the langauge ID.
If you're writing a kata description, see Codewars' extensions like sequential and language-specific blocks.
You can use
+ as bullet markers.
Incrementing the marker is optional so you can use the following too:
Valid URLs are automatically converted to links with link text set to the URL.
To specify a link text, use the following syntax:
To include an image:
To quote the answer of another user, for example: