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comment Why isn't rich code formatting more common?
@PeterOlson then you won't be able to read programs without your stylesheet, since you simply won't recognize designation of text strings. This means nobody could show or write anything when meeting in person. On the contrary, presently fonts and colors are fully optional and interchangeable without any harm to meaning.
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Dec
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answered Why isn't rich code formatting more common?