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I tried several ways of how to do syntax highlighting for R in this question, but it doesn't work. I tried ```R (see revision 3 of the question) and <!-- language: R --> (see revision 2) but neither of them does work, despite the instructions in Syntax highlighting language hints.

PS: note that I don't want to tag the question with the R tag because it is not R specific.

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I've just submitted a suggested edit using the old-style code blocks and a language hint:

<!-- language: lang-r -->

That seems to work:

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Your last version (revision 3) might not work since you used a capital R; language hints need to be in lower case.

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    Thanks! These are really catches! lang-r instead of just R! And small r instead of R - R is always written with capital R. I think the documentation needs update with list of possibilities and maybe the parser could be more tolerant as well. – Tomas Nov 29 '19 at 12:05
  • It looks like it registers both upper- and lower-case varients. In theory it should work but I guess there's something else in the way. – OrangeDog Nov 29 '19 at 17:02
  • @Tomas the list of possibilities is in the linked Prettify documentation. – OrangeDog Nov 29 '19 at 17:03

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