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Feb '08: how do I add my c code so it will be colored in this wiki? I can have it export to a html file and rtf

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I russ_hensel don't know, perhaps the reader who really cares can export into a smart editor for reading. The wiki accepts some html, you might try just pasting it in. Perhaps someone out there has a tool or editor script that will do it off line. I realize that these suggestions do not help much, but it is the best I got.

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