って can be used at least 3 different ways that I know of.
- Standard って form that most people learn first.て,って,んで,いて,いで etc.
- って for quoting people.
- って for making a demand/command statement.
- A tutorial I'm watching says って=という as well.
Are there any other usages of って I should know?
Most importantly, how do I know which form of って is being used? Is there an easy way to know which one is being used?