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please help, Ajith

Stephanie Grasson
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I have seen your edit to several posts which says:
[I added UBB CODE tags to your source code to make it more readable. Please try to use them in the future -
This seems like a really useful thing to do. Could you please explain how to add these tags?
Thanks in advance.
Ajith Kallambella

Joined: Mar 17, 2000
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Thanks for asking!
You can retain the indentation and formatting by using the CODE tag. When you type your message, just enclose the block of text, which is usually a class between CODE and /CODE tags.
( Ofcourse, you will have to enclose them within [ and ]. I omitted them intentionally so that UBB doesnt treat the text above as code! ).
I know it might be an additional thing to do when you are typing a message, but that extra effort is worth it. Your post looks neat and clean. I encourage others to use code tags too, whenever and wherever possible. Infact there are a lot of other tags that makes your post looks pretty. Here is a list of UBB tags that you can use at JavaRanch.
Have fun!
[This message has been edited by Ajith Kallambella (edited August 31, 2000).]

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Sunita Vontel
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Thanks ajith
Stephanie Grasson
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Thanks Ajith!
That was a really helpful explanation.
Michael Finney
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Let us not forget the faces we can make too.

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How do you do the faces?
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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