Making fill in the blank tables

You can create tables with the Fill in the Blank assessment and the result is a well organized set of information:

This is the setup in the assessment execution panel:

| Term                |Description                                                                |
| <<<Single Quotes>>> | Sometimes called "strong quotations", these suggest that the content inside the quotes should be taken literally, exactly as it is, so Bash won't try to interpret it. |
| <<<No Quotes>>>     | These cause Bash to interpret each section of the command as it is read.  |
| <<<Double Quotes>>> | These are used for mixing literal text with other values, so Bash still tries to understand substitutions, expansions, evaluations, variables.|