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If there are 4 asterisks,munch them and make text super bold
If there are 2 asterisks,munch them and make text bold
If there is one asterisk,munch them and make text slanty
Basically a binary flag system What happens on 8?
It's just interpreted as 2 toobolds and nothing new is produced
Binary flag system?
Lets say that you make a new command that flips bits using butterfly flaps.
You might want to customize whether you want to make a butterfly or accept an external butterfly,or whether you want to flip bits in the RAM or in the hard drive.
Your customers are happy with the commands(mbutterfly -externalbutterfly -harddrive)
But then you try to make another option for either forming lens in the ozone layer or in the clouds.
Your customers now have to type a lot of things and get angry.
What you should do is to assign a value to each option(making butterflies score 4,flipping ram bits score 2,and making lens in the ozone layer scores 1,every alternate tion scores nothing) and then give it as a single argument to the command
if you make the scores 3 2 1 instead of 4 2 1 then people would get a new butterfly flipping hard drives and refracting in clouds,instead of using old butterflies flipping ram and refracting in ozone layer
Well, okay, I'm not a markup expert. What I do know is that bold italic type is a combination of boldface and italics. But you're right, it only takes three of them to make bold italics. I don't believe bold italics are any bolder than boldface, although there are font families that have degrees of bolding.
some fonts have extra bold, some don't
i doubt any common fonts would have anything past 8, definetly not anywhere near 21 unless you get a font specifically for a ridiculous amount of font weights
many fonts also have lighter font weights but i don't think the forum has that
if you want extra bold text change your browser fonts in the settings and maybe install different fonts
don't expect people to start installing different fonts just to distinguish various bolds