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NFC Key project

Project description

NFC Key provides such and such and so and so. You might find it most useful for tasks involving <x> and also <y>. Typical usage often looks like this:

#!/usr/bin/env python

from nfckey import location
from nfckey import utils

if utils.has_key():
    print "Your key is located:", location.where_is_my_key()

(Note the double-colon and 4-space indent formatting above.)

Paragraphs are separated by blank lines. Italics, bold, and monospace look like this.

A Section

Lists look like this:

  • First
  • Second. Can be multiple lines but must be indented properly.

A Sub-Section

Numbered lists look like you’d expect:

  1. hi there
  2. must be going

Urls are http://like.this and links can be written like this.

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0.1.0

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