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Arduino Code Syntax Highlighting Plugin for your WordPress Blog

Arduino Brush for SyntaxHighlighter Plugin - sample of output

Arduino Brush for SyntaxHighlighter Plugin - sample of output

Ever since I published the first lines of Arduino code on this site I was not satisfied with the way it looked. I’ve been using various IDEs (Integrated Development Environment) and advanced text editors for programming for a very long time and have gotten quite used to the software marking various important parts of my programs with different colors and bold fonts. Indeed, Arduino’s own IDE does exact same thing although I have to admit I would love to change the way it marks things a little bit, whenever I get time for it. Nevertheless, Arduino IDE’s color-marked up code is very useful and makes for an easier read, especially for someone not familiar with its specialized functions such as digitalWrite() and such.
It this kind of color markup that I wanted for the code posted on this site. Enter SyntaxHighlighter Evolved WordPress plugin
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