Correct Answer - Option 4 : < tt > ... < /tt >
The < tt > element was used to identify text to be displayed using the browser's default monospace or fixed-width font as it would appear on a fixed-width device such as a teletype. This element has been deprecated and the < code > element is an appropriate modern replacement for < tt >.
< tt >---text-----< /tt >
Other important points:
- The < u > tag represents some text that is unarticulated and styled differently from normal text, such as misspelled words or proper names in Chinese text
- There is no tag like <momo> and<mm> in html.