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nsyrax

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  1. I am on Windows 7 using SublimeText 2. The problem is I want it to visually look like code, with the syntax highlighting and whatnot.
  2. When I'm typing my notes and I type some lines of code, is there a website that has the feature that this forum has to turn plain text to look like formatted code. In otherwords, is there a site that I can go to, paste type like this: var quarter = function (number) { return number/4;};if (quarter(24) % 3 === 0 ) { console.log("The statement is true");} else { console.log("The statement is false");} and have it format like this: var quarter = function (number) { return number/4;};if (quarter(24) % 3 === 0 ) { console.log("The statement is true");} else { console.log("The statement is false");}
  3. Is there somewhere you know of that offers an area that I could type my plain text code into and it would convert it to something similar to the code above? Just so I don't have to come here, log in and start/reply to a post? Thanks!
  4. The reason I wanted to be able to do this is I'm watching a JavaScript class online and am taking notes in Evernote, so I was hoping to mimic what I have in my text editor as close as possible in my notes. Make sense? I noticed it I copy the code as it appears here, and paste it into Evernote, it keeps the formatting and looks like I want it to.
  5. Is there a simple way, besides having to select text and change the display properties to look like code? Kind of like using the "Code" button in these posts. Basically I want an easy way to turn this: var quarter = function (number) { return number/4;};if (quarter(24) % 3 === 0 ) { console.log("The statement is true");} else { console.log("The statement is false");} to this: var quarter = function (number) { return number/4;};if (quarter(24) % 3 === 0 ) { console.log("The statement is true");} else { console.log("The statement is false");}TIA!!!
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