How can I display JSON in an easy-to-read (for human readers) format? I'm looking primarily for indentation and whitespace, with perhaps even colors / font-styles / etc....
I have a string that represents a non indented XML that I would like to pretty-print. For example:  <root><node/></root>   should become:  <root>   <node/> </root>   Syntax highlighting is not a requirement. To t...
I am writing a batch script in order to beautify JavaScript code. It needs to work on both Windows and Linux.   How can I beautify JavaScript code using the command line tools?...
http://jsfiddle.net/JamesKyle/L4b8b/   This may be a futile effort, but I personally think its possible.  I'm not the best at Javascript or jQuery, however I think I have found a simple way of making a simple prettyprint for html.  There are f...
how to pretty print source code of common languages in browser html output with javascript?  I mean so that there is some indentation and code formatting. Currently i only got  http://alexgorbatchev.com/SyntaxHighlighter/  for coloring the syntax.  B...
Seems to me that pretty-printing JSON is a simple enough task that JavaScript should be able to handle it.  Has anyone ever written (or run across) a JavaScript function to do this?...
I am using google-code-prettify for syntax highlighting in my blog which is hosted on blogger. My problem is I do not see the scrollbars appear around my pre-formatted code blocks even when the code is too wide to fit within the designated width. I a...
I'm implementing a pretty-printer for a JavaScript AST and I wanted to ask if someone is aware of a "proper" algorithm to automatically parenthesize expressions with minimal parentheses based on operator precedence and associativity. I ha...
I'm using prettyprint plugin as syntax highlighter, it work fine when page loads but when i add new elements dynamically it doesn't work! I tried using prettyPrint() to invoke it after loading the new contents but it didn't work! i also f...
http://jsfiddle.net/JamesKyle/L4b8b/   I am attempting to make an extremely simple prettyprint function with jQuery, but I do not know how to find elements, attributes, and values (shown in the jsfiddle).     I am trying to accomplish the followin...

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