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How to use formatting in comments?

How do I post html/css/javascript in a comment so that it's formatted nicely and has a gray background?

I'm trying to reply to a user and show them what i've done in a little snippet of code.

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marked as duplicate by Dennis, jadarnel27, Michael Mrozek, Manishearth, slhck Jul 16 '12 at 1:04

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See meta.stackoverflow.com/editing-help#comment-formatting. The only HTML that comments can support are code samples,italic and bold text, and links. – s0d4pop Jul 16 '12 at 0:02
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You can format inline code with surrounding backticks.

For example, `<html>` renders as <html>

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