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Github Flashcards and Spaced Repetition Specification for Markdown:

Quick Cheat-Sheet ⚡️

  • One-Line Flashcards
    • Micro-Cards
  • Regular Flashcards
  • Spaced Repetition Cards
  • Two-Sided Flashcards

One-Line Flashcards

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Format:

Question : Answer #flashcard #optionaltag1 #optionaltag2

Example:

⌥⏎ : follow link #flashcard #intellij #shortkeys

Micro-Cards

Same as "One-Line Flashcards" but instead of a #flashcard you can use ⚡️ or 🧠 

This is great for Github README.md files where a #flashcard could look strange.

Example:

⌥⏎: follow link ⚡️

One-Line Spaced Repetition

Format:

Content #spaced #optionaltag1 #optionaltag2

Example:

"We are what we repeadetly do" #spaced

Regular Flashcards

Regular cards allow creating cards with images, latex, lists, etc.

A horizontal rule is used to mark the end of the card.

As a horizontal rule, you can use:

  • --, - - -, ***, * * *

Format:

Question #flashcard #optionaltag1 #optionaltag2

Answer

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Example:

Radii of stable orbits in the Bohr model #flashcard

$a_0 = \frac{{ \hbar ^2}}{{m_e ke^2}}$

$\Delta E = h\nu$

$c = \lambda \nu$

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Regular Spaced Repetition

Format:

#spaced #optionaltag1 #optionaltag2

content

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Example:

#spaced #quotes

"We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit."

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Two-Sided Flashcards

Format:

#flashcard #optional-tag1 #optional-tag2

question

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answer

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Example:

#flashcard #git ![[git.png]] What does this command do?

``` git clean -nfd

```

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Remove current untracked files/directories d - directories f - files n - show result first

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