Escaping org-mode footnote like text
I've got "" in an org-mode file that is the text you would see in an ipython shell. How do I escape that text so that it does not generate an org-mode footnote? It's fine inside of an example block, but not in the general text. The first  is trouble and everything I've tried so far has not produced just straight normal "" in the html output when I export the file.
#+BEGIN_SRC python def setfrequency(): print 'Setting frequency' # Write code here to set the frequency setfrequency() #+END_SRC # This next line is the footnote problem Run it again and you should see this, but the command number  will be different for you: #+BEGIN_EXAMPLE In : run sonar # This does not export as a footnote. Setting frequency #+END_EXAMPLE
You can escape syntax using == (code) or ~~ (verbatim) blocks. See the Org-Manual section on Emphasis and Monospace.
* This will export the footnote style brackets verbatim  by itself will fail == and ~~ will export as is.
The relevant portion of HTML export for this is
<p class="footnote"><sup><a class="footnum" name="fn.1" href="#fnr.1">1</a> </sup> by itself will fail <code></code> and <code></code> will export as is. </p> <p class="footnote"><sup><a class="footnum" name="fn.1" href="#fnr.1">1</a> </sup> DEFINITION NOT FOUND: 1