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    Asked Dec 29, 2006, 04:21 AM 1 Answer
    Syntax highlighting is available for most programming languages. To use syntax highlighting in your post use the # button above the question input box. The # button will put [CODE] [\CODE] in your question. To specify a particular language just place an equal sign and the language name after the first CODE to specify that language, like so:

    [CODE=html]
    <a href="file.html">file</a>
    [\CODE]

    The list below is a partial list of the languages available for highlighting. If the language you are discussing is not listed, try it any way. It'll probably work.

    actionscript
    ada
    apache
    asm
    asp
    bash
    c
    c_mac
    caddcl
    cadlisp
    cpp
    csharp
    css
    delphi
    html4strict
    java
    javascript
    lisp
    lua
    mpasm
    nsis
    objc
    oobas
    oracle8
    pascal
    perl
    php
    python
    qbasic
    smarty
    vb
    vbnet
    visualfoxpro
    xml

    Last edited by Roel Zylstra; Oct 24, 2016 at 09:44 PM.
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    Oct 12, 2008, 11:55 AM

    Code html:
    <b>Thank You</b>
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