# Writing Code in Markdown

# Introduction

Adding code to markdown is easy. You can use inline highlighting or code blocks.

Everything is setup for beautifully styled code blocks with syntax highlighting.

## Code Blocks

Some Javascript code

```
var num1, num2, sum;
num1 = prompt('Enter first number');
num2 = prompt('Enter second number');
sum = parseInt(num1) + parseInt(num2); // "+" means "add"
alert('Sum = ' + sum); // "+" means combine into a string
```

Some Python code 🐍

```
def fib():
a, b = 0, 1
while True: # First iteration:
yield a # yield 0 to start with and then
a, b = b, a + b # a will now be 1, and b will also be 1, (0 + 1)
for index, fibonacci_number in zip(range(10), fib()):
print('{i:3}: {f:3}'.format(i=index, f=fibonacci_number))
```

## Inline Highlighting

Sample of inline highlighting `sum = parseInt(num1) + parseInt(num2)`