The first sample code paragraph for Basic Links at Markdown Help seems a bit messed up, with the links within the sentence being in the wrong order, and may not very helpful for a puzzled reader seeking help!

I reckon it should read like this, shouldn't it?

Here's an inline link to [Google](http://www.google.com/).

Same problem with the following two lines.

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    From the question on meta.se linked to by @Werner: the issue is resolved network-wide since yesterday (May 1st 2020).
    – Marijn
    May 3, 2020 at 13:32

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Indeed. This seems like a markdown "typo." However, it is a network-wide issue and should therefore be addressed at that level. There is a similar question related to this posted on the main network meta: Markdown help page is broken (badly presented/formatted) on every site.

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