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tag::tutorial[] Information that forms a logical segment, such as a paragraph or a list, is called a block. Most blocks start and end with a delimiter which is a matching sequence of characters. The delimiters tell the compiler that the text they contain belongs together.

Examples for different blocks
I'm a paragraph and I don't need a block delimiter.
. I'm a list item and also do not need a delimiter
. I'm the second list item
. I'm list item number three

//// (2)
I'm a comment.

[source, python] (3)
print("Hello World!")
  1. Paragraphs and lists are types of blocks that do not need any delimiters. They are separated by a blank line in between blocks.

  2. Comments use four slashes as a delimiter ////. No other block uses slashes to begin and end a block.

  3. All other types of blocks rely on delimiters, such as four dashes ---- or four equal signs ====. This block contains a code sample written in python.

There are many types of blocks in AsciiDoc, such as: * Paragraphs * Lists * Tables * Images * Admonitions (Note, Caution, Warning, etc.) * Examples * Code samples * Mathematic formulas * Term definitions * Comments * Reviewer Notes