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How to move a block of code by 4 spaces [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How do I mark code blocks? What is the shortcut for spacing a block of code, picked from some TeX editor, so that they are spaced four spaces? (as opposed to moving each line ...
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An simple example - typesetting here [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How do I mark code blocks? I'm new user here and my English is poor. So when I was putting one question here, a person told me that I needed to use some codes to show better ...
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typesetting LaTeX codes in a question [duplicate]

I know this is a stupid question, but I am encountering some problems with my thesis. I would like to post a question about an error in a tabular format. How do I write down the codes so that someone ...
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How to insert basic commands? [duplicate]

Could anyone give me a list of commands which could be useful for people who are new to this site? I don't know how to insert TeX code or any other type of code or any other simple commands, such as ...
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Copying and pasting ShareLatex into Tex StackExchange editor window [duplicate]

I was going to ask about \begin{itemize} \item[] $a$ \linebreak \tabto{1.5cm} Effective earth radius [km] calculated from (16). \item[] $a_a$ \linebreak \tabto{1.5cm} An adjusted ...
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I've just been asked to write a minimal working example (MWE), what is that?

I was posting some question about this strange thing LaTeX is doing when I try to compile my thesis. Someone asked me to provide a minimal example that reproduces the problem. My thesis is now a few ...
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Text building blocks

There are some replies that are used quite often. For example, the first reply to many questions is a demand for a minimal example. These replies should typically include a link with additional ...
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Useful StackApps and other User Scripts for TeX.SX

Some people might not know it, but on there are several applications / user scripts available which makes certain tasks easier for moderators and other users which often post ...
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Minimal Working Example (MWE) [duplicate]

How do I pose a Minimal Working Example? How do I plug code into a question?
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The Unofficial TeX-SX FAQ

Welcome to (otherwise known as TeX-SX or TeX-SE). This is the unofficial FAQ which we've put together to help you figure out how to make best use of this site. There is an ...
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Why was my location changed to Chandgad, India?

Until just now, I'd never even heard of Chandgad.
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Syntax highlighting not working on a post

I went to Multipart nodes with multipart subparts — style issue and the questions syntax never colorized (if that is even a term to use). I then went to another post and the syntax there was fine. I ...
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How to attach a tex.file to this message?

my first question is extremely silly... how can I attach a tex file to the messages here, to give an example ? in the bar above I see many ikons ( bold ,slanted link etc. ) but no "append". ...
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