Based on most popular answer:
Tl;dr: to use the Swift language rules, add
<!-- language-all: lang-swift -->to the top of your post, or use
```lang-swiftat the beginning of each code block where you desire highlighting.
Highlight.js doesn't support the Excel formula language and I doubt SE would add it to the list of styles to support on the network.
What's a good alternative?
For example this code:
=LAMBDA ( vArg, LET ( v, INT(ABS(vArg)), ev, ISEVEN(v), half, 1/2, high, INT(SQRT(v)+half), seqLimit, 2^20, IF ( AND(ev, v<>2), 0, IF ( high>seqLimit, -1, LET ( high, INT(SQRT(v)+1/2), seq, v/SEQUENCE(1,high,1,2), iSeq, INT(seq), factors, seq*(seq=iSeq), rFactors, FILTER(factors,(factors>1)*(factors<v),0), sumFactors, SUM(rFactors) --(sumFactors=0) ) ) ) ) )
Any suggestions of similar supported languages that may look good?