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2. After clicking the Insert code with Syntaxhighlighter button you will see the following form with several options:
If you're using a visual code editor like Visual Studio, be sure that your the code snippet you've copied is text only before pasting into the Past Code box.
What do the various options mean?
Select using a drop down which programming language you will be pasting. The default option is C and C++.
HighlightInsert which (if any) rows of code you would like to highlight.
Example: If you wanted to highlight row 5. You would simply type into the box here: 5If you wanted to highlight multiple rows of code you would enter: 5, 10, 15, 20, 25Enter each row with a comma to separate them into the box.
GutterAllows you to turn gutter with line numbers off.
LightIf you check the box for "Light" it will remove the code row numbering and vertical bar. So in the example below if you had "Light" checked you would not see the code row numbering (1-10) on the far left or the green vertical bar.
With "Light" checked it would then look like:
CollapseCollapse your code for display purposes.
HTML ScriptFor posting HTML code.
First Line and Font SizeIndicate which line you want a corresponding increased or decreased font size to appear.
To re-collapse code, refreshing the page using the F5 key (can vary by browser) re-collapses the code.
Bill Traynor E2E SysAdmin/DevOps
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