Code colouring

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    I corrected the program so it will look like:
    Code:
    printf("hi");
    
    #define /*what?*/ foo
    
    puts("\\\"");
    
    in\
    t x;
    
    printf("/*comment*/");
    
    /* int x; printf("int x;"); */
    
    // /*
    for(;;){}
    //*/
    
    /*//*/ int okay;
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    Here is some screenshots.
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    Looks nice, siavoshkc! I like the trans one! Is that hard to do? Does it have a "copt to clipboard" button? That would be handy!

    You gonna make open source?

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    Looks nice, siavoshkc!
    Thanks.

    I like the trans one! Is that hard to do?
    No, by .NET.

    Does it have a "copt to clipboard" button?
    Just double click on tagged TextBox. "Painter Instruct.PNG" explains it.

    You gonna make open source?
    If I saw its code as good enough to be seen by others.
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    >> If I saw its code as good enough to be seen by others.

    Do you? Just wondering cause dwks made his open source, Martin hasn't. i'm wondering what the Open Source ratio is with programmers ... I may make a poll or something about it actually.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrafcho001
    yeah liek i totaly pwn you guys i fixed it.

    http://martin.thejefffiles.com/CCv2.0.zip
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    I'm re-writing codeform, since codeform v1.10 is pretty old. The new version is called codeform v1.5.
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    >> The new version is called codeform v1.5.
    Call it CodeForm v1.5 beta!!

    What's going to be different?

    EDIT - then you can release a CodeForm V2 alpha at the same time!
    Last edited by twomers; 09-05-2006 at 12:05 PM.

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    What the other taggers can do that mine can't?
    Soon it will detect preprocessor dirctive next keywords like "once" for #pragma, and will make <afile> next of #include red.

    Where can I get dwks's code? Is it C++?
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    Why would you open source?
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    So that others may look at it, improve upon it, learn from it, give suggestions, etc.
    Why wouldn't you?

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    >> Where can I get dwks's code? Is it C++?

    I don't know, it's either C or C++. I can't remember. Find Dwks' post where he talks about Code Form, and download the ZIP. It's got all the source there.

    Why make it OS? I don't know. I think it's a good thing to do - people can learn from your code. They can suggest different ways of doing things. Ask about algorithms.


    EDIT - http://dwks.theprogrammingsite.com/myprogs/codeform.htm

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    Open Source is probably the best learning tool there is. And the one who learns the most is the one who publishes their work as Open Source.
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    I just find it ironic that people who voted against code tags should be in favour of coloured crayons for writing code
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    LOL! I usually don't put those in my text. But that one was precious Salem.
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    Originally Posted by brewbuck:
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