This element is used to start a new paragraph within other elements.


This inline block element can be used within any other element.

<para>paragraph content</para>


As an alternative, you can use the HTML <p /> or <p> </p> tags to create paragraphs. Making the element self-closing or empty will cause the element to be ignored unless it creates an initial paragraph break.


/// <summary>
/// A simple demonstration of the <c>para</c> element.
/// </summary>
/// <returns>Always returns 0.</returns>
/// <remarks>
/// <para>The <c>para</c> element is optional if the text in the parent
/// element consists of a single sentence or paragraph such as in the
/// <c>summary</c> and <c>returns</c> elements on this method.</para>
/// <para>When multiple blocks of text are present, each must be
/// wrapped in it to create new paragraphs.</para>
/// <para>Paragraph 1.</para>
/// <para>Paragraph 2.</para>
/// <para />
/// <para></para>
/// <para>Self-closing and empty paragraphs are ignored unless they create
/// an initial paragraph break.</para>
/// <para>Paragraph 4.</para>
/// <p />HTML paragraph elements can also be used.
/// <p>They work the same way.</p></remarks>
/// <conceptualLink target="c7973ac7-5a4f-4e4d-9786-5ce659ac8e24" />
public int ParagraphExample()
    return 0;

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