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cjjoy1980

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  1. No still I see the formatting getting bad. All the tabspaces is not retained on evernote. After i did cmd-c and cmd-v. Code see in my xcode : int main() { char line[100]; int found =0; while (getline(line,100) > 0) { printf("input string is %s\n",line); if (strindex(line,pattern) >=0) { printf("input is %s\n",line); } else { printf("sting does not match\n"); } } } cmd + c and cmd + v on evernote. int main() { char line[100]; int found =0; while (getline(line,100) > 0) { printf("input string is %s\n",line); if (strindex(line,pattern) >=0) { printf("input is %s\n",line); } else { printf("sting does not match\n"); } } }
  2. Hi When I try to copy code snippets from xcode into evernote, the code does not retain the alignment and syntax. It works fine copying code from visual studio but not with xcode. Please let me if there is a way to copy code form xcode to evernote maintaining proper syntax Thanks Joy
  3. Tried using the online version of Evernote, it seems to be working.. Its not working with the evernote client installed on my windows. Thanks for the info.
  4. I am using IE7 IE version : IE7 version 7.0.6001.18000 Evernote version: 4.3.0.4368
  5. I mostly use evernote to collect code snippets mainly C/C++ related. When I copy the code from my editor like vim or xcode(mac), I dont see the syntax being heighlighted. On googling I found a online syntax highlighting tool. (http://tohtml.com/c/). I was able to get my code higlighted but when I paste to evernote I see all the code being pasted in a single line as below : int sum(){>----int result = 0;>----return result != 0;} Let me know if this could be avoided or if there is a better way for pasting code into evernote.. THanks
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