Code blocks are used for two main reasons: to highlight code, and to make messages colorful. The latter is probably why you're looking at this guide, but it covers both use cases in detail.
A one line code block is easy to create. Simply quote your message with grave accents, that's these things - '`'. The message `single line code block` would look like this:
Multiline code blocks are almost as easy to create as single-line code blocks. You can create them by quoting your message with three grave accents ('```'), instead of one. The message:
would show up in chat as:
Tip: Hitting SHIFT+ENTER at the same time allows you create a new line without sending a message.
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