A large quote in a document is usually inserted as a separate segment of text, called a blockquote, rather than given inline with quotation marks around it. A blockquote is left-indented with respect to the enclosing text and has whitespace before and after it. The blockquote may also be in a different typeface from the enclosing text. For COMP1900, a standard blockquote is 0.5cm left-indented with respect to the text in which it is embedded; has 6pt of spacing before and after; and is in italics.
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