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when i click on the '<>' icon .. to include text .. why isn't there an option for 'C' or 'C++' or ?


/* hmmm .. maybe using javascript as the type would get what i want ..*/

 

#include "test.h"

 

// let's try some stuff that breaks ..

 

// void foo'(' 'c' ')';

 

void foo(c) {

c++;

}

 

// how about for'(' ';' ';' ')' { i++; }

 

for(;;) { i++; }

 

 

void function(int a) {

}

 

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ok .. so this is what i hate about this thing .. the post above for a few times when i looked at it was syntax color coded .. now it is just black and white .. what happened to the sytnax hightlighting?

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(c)

 (c) ( c )

 

/* hmmm .. maybe using javascript as the type would get what i want ..*/
#include "test.h"
// let's try some stuff that breaks ..
// void foo'(' 'c' ')';
void foo(c) {
c++;
}
// how about for'(' ';' ';' ')' { i++; }
for(;;-) { i++; }

void function(int a) {
}

 

Just typing [ code ] ... [ /code ]  (no spaces between brackets and "code")

seems to work. Doesn't use the fancy block editor.

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Just typing [ code ] ... [ /code ]  (no spaces between brackets and "code") seems to work. Doesn't use the fancy block editor.

 

That seems to work - but can't edit it - the tags are gone. 

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