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I dont care if the software is in an exe or a website

I would like something that i can feed a bunch of questions and their answers and have it generate the links/question part at the top of the page. I likely will want to enter in code snippets so i'd need <pre> support. What can i use?

Maybe i can write the Q&A part in markdown, generate the html then use another tool to generate the top part with the questions and links. Feel free to suggest a chain of tools.

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Similar: What is a good hosted software for FAQ – Ƭᴇcʜιᴇ007 Nov 10 '11 at 16:52

Using Markdown (or something like it) is a good idea. Then you just need a TOC. For example Grutatxt can convert to HTML or PDF with a TOC.

Alternatively, AutoFAQ?

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