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Colouring Your Code in vBulletin Posts

This article will show the differences in creating code colouring inside your forum pages using vBulletin as opposed to PHP.

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By: Yves Maurer
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May 23, 2003
  1. · Colouring Your Code in vBulletin Posts
  2. · The Article
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This program demonstrates a few tricks of Win32 programming as well as a very simple design for a configurable parser. The program in itself is useful because it enables you to post nicely formatted code in vBulletin forums such as CodeGuru. Other languages can be handled by editing the configuration files. Other color schemes are easily obtained by editing the configuration files as well.

As extensions, there could be the coloring of number constants inside source code and the possibility to make keywords non–case-sensitive. This would be useful for Visual Basic programmers who don't copy the source code directly from inside the VB environment.

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