Any Idea?

How to make something similar to this kind of stuff(the highlighted
code):

http://redhanded.hobix.com/inspect/randomNumberInAFeedForPipesMaybe.html#comments

On Sat, Mar 22, 2008 at 6:33 PM, Eder Quiñones [email protected] wrote:

How to make something similar to this kind of stuff(the highlighted
code):

What do you mean? It grabs a random number from random.org and uses
the builder gem to create a RSS feed for it.
There’s a pasties link in the comments to the code.

Thomas W. wrote:

On Sat, Mar 22, 2008 at 6:33 PM, Eder Qui�ones [email protected] wrote:

How to make something similar to this kind of stuff(the highlighted
code):

What do you mean? It grabs a random number from random.org and uses
the builder gem to create a RSS feed for it.
There’s a pasties link in the comments to the code.

Oh no, it’s the syntax highlighting.

Hi,

On Sun, Mar 23, 2008 at 6:32 AM, Eder Quiñones [email protected]
wrote:

Oh no, it’s the syntax highlighting.

Are you talking about this?
http://redhanded.hobix.com/images/randfeed.png

In that case, you’ll need a couple of coloured pencils, a clean piece of
paper, and a scanner (or digital camera if you’re desperate!).

  1. Learn the rules of syntax highlighting for your favourite editor.
    (perhaps type the code out in that first)
  2. Using the coloured pencils, reproduce the code on paper using the
    appropriate colour pencil for each code entity, as shown in your editor.
  3. Scan!

There you have it! Beautiful hand-drawn syntax-highlighted code.

Cheers,
Arlen.

Arlen C. wrote:

Hi,

On Sun, Mar 23, 2008 at 6:32 AM, Eder Quiñones [email protected]
wrote:

Oh no, it’s the syntax highlighting.

Are you talking about this?
http://redhanded.hobix.com/images/randfeed.png

In that case, you’ll need a couple of coloured pencils, a clean piece of
paper, and a scanner (or digital camera if you’re desperate!).

  1. Learn the rules of syntax highlighting for your favourite editor.
    (perhaps type the code out in that first)
  2. Using the coloured pencils, reproduce the code on paper using the
    appropriate colour pencil for each code entity, as shown in your editor.
  3. Scan!

There you have it! Beautiful hand-drawn syntax-highlighted code.

Cheers,
Arlen.

Nah, really? :P, I believe that I need to create a beautiful [a-zA-Z0-9]
pencil images, then Parse some code and replace each character for the
it’s image, uh.

On Sat, Mar 22, 2008 at 4:45 PM, Arlen C. [email protected] wrote:

In that case, you’ll need a couple of coloured pencils, a clean piece of
paper, and a scanner (or digital camera if you’re desperate!).

  1. Learn the rules of syntax highlighting for your favourite editor.
    (perhaps type the code out in that first)
  2. Using the coloured pencils, reproduce the code on paper using the
    appropriate colour pencil for each code entity, as shown in your editor.
  3. Scan!

There you have it! Beautiful hand-drawn syntax-highlighted code.

Nah, you use a tablet, write a bunch of stuff down for your
hand-writing style, and have it randomly pick from that your i’s and
t’s, etc. :slight_smile:

Todd

eder, there is a gem called syntax

Arlen C. wrote:

In that case, you’ll need a couple of coloured pencils, a clean piece of
Cheers,
Arlen.

Or you could use a word processing program that allows you to color
words and a font like Scratch or Scribble.

On Sat, Mar 22, 2008 at 8:05 PM, Michael W. Ryder
[email protected] wrote:

Or you could use a word processing program that allows you to color
words and a font like Scratch or Scribble.

Or use captcha software.

Todd

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