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Considering all of the source code is wrapped around a < pre>< code><pre><code> block, I suspect it would be easy enough to write a Greasemonkey snippet to find those code blockblocks and copy them to the clipboard for you.

Or similarly, I've been using EverNote as of late and findI've found that hilightinghighlighting the code in a question/answer, and then hitting CTRL+ALT+VCTRL+ALT+V will grab the selected text and put in into a new note entry for me. Then I can easily take it where I need it.

Considering all of the source code is wrapped around a < pre>< code> block, I suspect it would be easy enough to write a Greasemonkey snippet to find those code block and copy them to the clipboard for you.

Or similarly, I've been using EverNote as of late and find that hilighting the code in a question/answer, then hitting CTRL+ALT+V will grab the selected text and put in into a new note entry for me. Then I can easily take it where I need it.

Considering all of the source code is wrapped around a <pre><code> block, I suspect it would be easy enough to write a Greasemonkey snippet to find those code blocks and copy them to the clipboard for you.

Or similarly, I've been using EverNote as of late and I've found that highlighting the code in a question/answer and then hitting CTRL+ALT+V will grab the selected text and put in into a new note entry for me. Then I can easily take it where I need it.

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Considering all of the source code is wrapped around a < pre>< code> block, I suspect it would be easy enough to write a Greasemonkey snippet to find those code block and copy them to the clipboard for you.

Or similarly, I've been using EverNote as of late and find that hilighting the code in a question/answer, then hitting CTRL+ALT+V will grab the selected text and put in into a new note entry for me. Then I can easily take it where I need it.