What's the html tag you use when putting a code on a webpage?

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    What's the html tag you use when putting a code on a webpage?

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    The simplest way is to put in in pre tags (if you watch for <> brackets).

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    Do yourself a favour......dont waste time on it......

    Go to Sunlight's site....he has some little console app he wrote that converts c/c++ files to html...

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    Isn't there any way to export to html on MVC++ like DevC++ does?
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    don't know but if you do <xmp> hten everything inside of the opening and closing tags ts not changed from how you typed it.

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