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Best way of pasting a lot of code into a question or answer?

To add code in my posting I have to manually add five white spaces as we all did... But it gets really annoying if I have a long lines of codes..What do you guys do with this?

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Shouldn't this be on meta? – pero Mar 22 '11 at 5:09
Looks like duplicate of:… – Shadow Wizard Mar 22 '11 at 8:39

Select the code and then hit the button above the edit box that looks like "{}".

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Or use CTRL-K if you don't want the hassle of finding your mouse. – paxdiablo Mar 22 '11 at 5:05

Just enter you code in without the spaces, then select all the lines and click the { } button in the editor toolbar.

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You could just link to it on pastebin. Not an elegant solution but it works easily enough.

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You should always try and paste the code into here, but you can always use something like paste bin.

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