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Setext is a lightweight markup language originally designed by Ian Feldman[1] with input from TidBITS publisher Adam C. Engst for use in simple email and USENET exchanges. It is intended to remain readable as plain text even by people who do not know that the text contains markup. Setext was used for many years as the email format for TidBITS and was one of the influences on the development of Markdown.


Syntax examples

This is not an exhaustive listing of Setext syntax.

First-level heading

Second-level heading

~emphasis~ (e.g., italics)

**strong emphasis** (e.g., boldface)


* bullet point


External links

Publications using Setext



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