~foo~ seem to be used in org for inline bits of code. How do they differ? Which should I use, and when?
For example, from the
If you want to exclude a headline from export while using its contents for setting options, use =:noexport:= (see =org-export-exclude-tags=.) ... The key sequences =C-c C-n= and =C-c C-p= are now bound to ~org-next-visible-heading~ and ~org-previous-visible-heading~ respectively, rather than the =outline-mode= versions of these functions. The Org version of these functions skips over inline tasks (and even-level headlines when ~org-odd-levels-only~ is set).
There isn't an obvious pattern here:
org-odd-levels-only are both variables, and
outline-mode are both functions.
Do either of these syntaxes support jumping to
*Help* buffers the way
`foo' does in docstrings?