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SQL syntax highlighting bug in StackOverflow [duplicate]

StackOverflow engine treats backslash character \ as an escape symbol for string literals. But backslash is NOT an escape symbol in SQL. So, simple statement select '\' from dual produces incorrect ...
Egor Skriptunoff's user avatar
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Syntax Highlighter for Java [duplicate]

It seems the syntax highlighter is not able to handle Java. Any idea how to help fix this? A sample code is below, and link1 and links2 in stackoverflow. try (Statement stmt = con.createStatement())...
Ahmed Ashour's user avatar
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XML Syntaxhighlight highlights elements in CDATA [duplicate]

If you manually declare code to be XML, code within CDATA is still highlighted, even though it should be treated as text. Example: <element test="test"> <![CDATA[<font size="2">&...
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Syntax highlighting for C doesn't properly recognize `restrict` as a keyword [duplicate]

And while we're at it, C11 adds some keywords like _Atomic as well. Is this the right way to submit requests for addition, or would it be better to ask for it in the 'Google Code Prettify' project? ...
Johan Bezem's user avatar
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CMD `::` autoformats badly [duplicate]

From How to run a PowerShell script within a Windows batch file There's an idiom in CMD scripts to use :: as a comment delimiter. (: means a label, so :: gets ignored.) I use it because I think it's ...
Jay Bazuzi's user avatar
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Please add support for PowerShell syntax highlighting [duplicate]

StackOverflow currently does not support syntax highlighting for PowerShell. Please add support for this in a future revision.
Trevor Sullivan's user avatar
3 votes
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Code containing HEREDOC is not highlighted correctly [duplicate]

Not sure if this was brought before but I noticed on several occasions that code containing HEREDOC syntax will not be correctly highlighted. Example at PHP domdocument if statement for when img tag ...
Gordon's user avatar
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10 votes
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Fix for $# code color highlight [duplicate]

I am a Perl coder and I would like to ask Stack Overflow to fix code color highlights for # comments. It works properly for real comments, such as # this is a comment but when $# is in code, such ...
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How to add syntax highlighting for new language [duplicate]

Is there already a standard way for introducing syntax highlighting for a language (and tag) that did not previously have it? I would like to have syntax highlighting for the isabelle tag, since code ...
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Syntax highlighting for MySQL not working [duplicate]

See: It doesn't do highlighting when I specify <!-- language: lang-mysql --> (or if the question is tagged mysql), but it will work fine if I ...
NullUserException  อ_อ's user avatar
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No syntax highlight for Fortran? [duplicate]

I was checking out this question on SO, and noticed that there is no syntax highlighting for the code snippet. I realise that Fortran is a pretty obscure language, especially on SO, so I don't really ...
Some programmer dude's user avatar
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Would it be possible for the syntax highlighter to allow for SQL capitalization? [duplicate]

I've noticed that the syntax highlighter for code samples does not work with capitalization for SQL. I just posted a question on SO and had to spend a couple extra seconds to modify it to get the ...
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WMD/Prettify does not support dot character for XML elements [duplicate]

The WMD (or possibly Prettify) does not support the dot (.) character for elements, despite it being part of the XML Specification. This comes up on StackOverflow with XAML related questions. Below ...
Richard Szalay's user avatar
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Keyword 'let' from LINQ syntax is not supported by syntax highlighting [duplicate]

I found that neither on SO. nor here, on meta, LINQ syntax keyword let isn't being highlighted: from f in db.Foo let b = f.Bar where b.Count == 1 select new FooBar(b); Please add.
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4 votes
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First letters of XML attributes not colored correctly if capitalized [duplicate]

If the first character(s) of an XML attribute are capitalized, they don't get colored in the usual attribute way: <element InitialCap="1" initialLower="2" ALLCAPS="3" SOMEcaps="4" /> It would ...
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