Hi,

2013/2/13 Matthew Kerwin <lists / ruby-forum.com>:
> I often see posts including bits wrapped in ((%symbols%)) and
> ((|brackets|)) and (({strange things})), but I've never been able to
> find something that explains what they are, or how they differ from each
> other.
>
> It doesn't help that I can't search for them in Google, but Symbolhound
> shows up a few[1].
>
> I assume they're some sort of RDoc code-quoting markdown, but I can't
> find a solid reference.  Is there one?  What do they all mean?
>
According to https://bugs.ruby-lang.org/plugin_assets/redmine_rd_formatter/help/rd_syntax.html
,
(({Inline Code})) means Inline Code
((%Keyboard%)) means inline Keyboard
((|variable|)) means inline Variable

Also refer to http://rubyforge.org/docman/view.php/5708/3908/RD for
more information.

Regards,
Park Heesob