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  • How do you do block comment in yaml?February 16

    Does anyone know how to comment a block of lines in yaml? --------------Solutions------------- YAML supports inline comments, but does not support block comments. From Wikipedia: Comments begin with the number sign ( # ), can start anywhere on a line

  • Block comments in html.erb templates in railsJune 27

    How do you comment out html mixed with ruby code? some text <% ... %> more text <%= ... %> something else <% ... %> In jsp it's real simple: <%-- ... --%>, but I'm unable to find any concise option in rails. Simple html comments &l

  • Best way to block "comment spam" postings to web forms? February 28

    Possible Duplicate: Make your site anti-bot? I have a custom web form on my PHP-based site. Recently it is getting a regular stream of comment-spam postings from a few specific IP addresses. Question: What is a good way to block a small set of blackl

  • Why do most programming languages not nest block comments?June 2

    A few do, but not any of the popular ones as far as I know. Is there something bad about nesting comments? I plan to have block comments nest in the (small) language I'm working on, but I would like to know if this is a bad idea. --------------Soluti

  • Do Apache config files support block commenting?January 2

    You can use # to comment out individual lines. Is there a syntax for commenting out entire blocks? I've tired surrounding the block (specifically a <Directory> block) with <IfModule asdfasdf>...</IfModule>, but that didn't work. --------

  • Block comments from search engine indexingApril 3

    I remember there used to be an option on WordPress to block comments from search engine indexing. I can't find it anywhere, though. Does anyone have suggestions or alternatives? Thanks. --------------Solutions------------- To my knowledge, there is n

  • Is there a shortcut to make a block comment in Xcode?

    Is there a shortcut to make a block comment in Xcode?November 3

    I'm writing ANSI-compatible C code, and hence I can't use the line (//) comment. I'm using Xcode. In Sublime Text and Eclipse, and I think most other IDEs, there are separate keyboard shortcuts for line comments and block comments (/**/). However, I

  • stopping block comments from creating a * on every new line

    stopping block comments from creating a * on every new line March 21

    i hate this with a passion, problem is that i can't seem to find any setting that allows me to remove it, on the phpstorm site they says that to create a comment block you use /** but i know that's a load of crap cause i've been creating them with /*

  • vimrc - how to block comment?June 3

    I don't want to comment lines of text in a text file or code. I am looking for inserting block comments in a .vimrc file. To insert a single line comment " is used, for example: " remove spaces and tabs as well at the end of line automatically w

  • block comment parser implementation for "monadic parser combinators"December 1

    I'm reading monadic parser combinators. On the page 23, they leave an exercise for defining a Gofer block comment parser, and I try to implement it in Haskell. My code is here: import Control.Monad import Data.Char import Data.Maybe newtype Parser a

  • How to strip a listing of all (line and block) comments without leaving white space?

    How to strip a listing of all (line and block) comments without leaving white space?February 11

    I'm looking for an easy and robust way to strip all the comments from a listing. My approach (passing \@gobble to the commentstyle key) correctly removes all the one-line comments and block comments. However, the white space left behind by by block c

  • Nested block comments?March 21

    Is there any way to get nestable block comments in LaTeX? I am using the comment package to get block comments, but nesting one comment inside another with \begin{comment}...\begin{comment}...\end{comment}...\end{comment} doesn't seem to work. (I get

  • texcl option to listing package's lstset - not working in block comments

    texcl option to listing package's lstset - not working in block commentsJune 6

    I am using the listings package to typeset code listings. I am further using the texcl option in my \lstset (\lstset{texcl}) so that I can write TeX code, including math, in comments. However, this does not work in block comments. Consider the follow

  • Sublime Text HTML Block Comment Containing Comments September 22

    Is there a plugin to help with HTML commenting a block of code that may already contain other comments? <div class="wrapper"> <div class="container"></div> <!-- /.container --> </div> <!-- /.wrapper --&

  • Block comment using Latex's listings package to show Python codeJune 11

    I want to put a piece of Python code in Latex, using the listings package. In principle this works fine, except that it does not seem to recognize block comments, but these are shown as normal code. For example, \lstdefinestyle{mystyle}{language=Pyth

  • how to parse some C-language block comments(with good format) using ANTLRv4

    how to parse some C-language block comments(with good format) using ANTLRv4January 22

    I need to paese C source code with formated block comments like below. I want extract those fileds:"abcd", "filedname1", "attr1", "attr2","filedname2", "attr1", "attr2". I've write a gr

  • Can I yank (copy) around a block comment in vim?January 29

    One of my favorite things about vi(m)'s yank (i.e. copy) syntax is the ability to copy the entire contents of the current word, line, parens, code block, etc. using the ya{something} and yi{something} syntaxes Examples for reference: word: yaw parens

  • How to import a csv file with a multiline /* C-style block-comment header */ into RFebruary 8

    I am looking for a clever way to import a CSV File with a specific header format into R. The header format is a multiline "C-style" block-comment followed by a one-line column name header, followed by data. It looks like this: /* DATA DESCRIPTIO

  • Insert a block comment title in Kile August 28

    I would like to know whether it is possible in Kile to define a script to insert a centered commented block. I often mark different parts of my code with those kind of titles: %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% % OLD MODEL % %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%

  • Multi-line (block) comments in LaTeX

    Multi-line (block) comments in LaTeXDecember 17

    In LaTeX, % can be used for single-line comments. For multi-line comments, the following command is available in the verbatim package. \begin{comment} Commented code \end{comment} But is there a simple command like /* code */ in C? --------------Solu

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