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In the question & answer editor, the input:

`\``

produces the output: ```

Whereas in the comments, the same string correctly renders a code block containing a back-tick.

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  • Block (evidently no-op in comments): ``` ` ```, standalone code-quoted: ` – mcint Oct 14 at 22:12
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    Since this is a network wide feature it's better to post it in Meta Stack Exchange. – Rubén Oct 15 at 12:54

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