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janothan

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  1. I can only agree. You do not need a computer science degree for this feature. These days, everybody might see the need to quickly save code parts. In addition, I think that also a younger audience such as high school students might be interested in that feature given some code exposure in class.
  2. I don't know whether this will ever be implemented but it would be great to have full (or even reduced) jupyter notebook support and to run some small snippets within evernote. This would beneft the programming, reasearch, and data science community. I really like the idea even though the likeliness of implementation is probably somewhat low.
  3. So far it is just a formatting thing, you click the "code block button" in the desktop version (looks like: { } ) or use CTRL + Shift + L. You cannot set programming languages. It will just format the text differently.
  4. I would like to see the option to set a language and get the color coding and formatting automatically for that language. For instance, if I set it to be SQL, it would automatically highlight keywords like "SELECT" and capitalize them. If I set it to a programming language, it would be nice to get automatic indentation on top.
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