Markdown cheat sheet for Visual Studio Code

Here is a cheat sheet that I found somewhere that will work with Visual Studio Code MD files:

"# README" 

<!-- M A R K D O W N   C H E A T  S H E E T -->

<!-- Headings -->
# Heading 1
## Heading 2
### Heading 3
#### Heading 4
##### Heading 5
###### Heading 6

<!-- Italics -->
*This text* is italic

\*This text\* is not italic

_This text_ is italic

<!-- Strong -->
**This text** is strong

__This text__ is strong

<!-- Strike through -->
~~This test~~ is strikethrough

<!-- Horizontal rule -->

---

___

<!-- Blockquote -->

> This is a quote

<!-- Links -->

[This is a link](https://www.techengineer.one "My blog")

<!-- UL -->

* i1

* i2 

    * i2.1

    * i2.2

---

<!-- OL -->

1. i1

1. i2

1. i3

___

1. i1

2. i2

3. i3

<!-- Inline Code Block -->

`<p>This is a paragraph</p>`

`netstat -a`

<!-- Images -->

![Markdown Logo](https://markdown-here.com/img/icon64.png)

<!-- Github Markdown -->

<!-- Code Blocks -->

```bash

npm install

npm start

```

```javascript

const k = require('crypto');

```

```python

def add (n1, n1):

    return n1 + n2

```

<!-- Tables -->

| Name   | E-Mail                   |

|--------|--------------------------|

| Terminator | terminatora@skynet.com

| Sarah Connor | sarah.connor@skynet.com |

<!-- Task Lists -->

* [x] task 1

* [x] task 2

* [ ] task 3

<!-- Footnotes -->

This is a footnote [^n]

[^1]: Explain is the explanation of the footnote
 
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