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How do some people have code in a box? I feel like I knew and used this at one time, but I now forget. The box is shaded dark gray and text appears normal. Thanks in advance!

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`i think you mean these boxes? :P` You can create them by writing your code or text bewteen 2x ` It's the same key on your keyboard as the ~ above the tab and below the Esc button.
`ah, thank you!` `public static void main(String args[])`
Is there any feature that colors code for specific languages? I think \(\LaTeX\) can do it. I'll research. Thanks!

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\(\Large\LaTeX\) can probably do that but not here :P This site uses mathjax, and there are only limited functions available.
But you can color your code manually
Okay, thanks!
Gotcha! And I can't use mathjax in the `s, right? `\[\]` So I do it normally and in \] or \) and color it. Thank you!
You can also use ``` Some code will be colored, like this: ```


``` ``` public class Hello { public static void main(String [] args) { System.out.println("Hello"); //comment } } ```
Thank you! I thought OS had a feature like that!

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