HTML - Code Element to Highlight Codes

HTML Element If your pages include any programming code, scripting language code. Any codes on the webpage will be placed inside the element. The code element has ending tag . The element is presented in a monospaced font,like the code in most of the programming language books.

HTML <CODE> Element

If your pages include any programming code, scripting language code. Any codes on the webpage will be placed inside the <code> element. The code element has ending tag </code>. The <code> element is presented in a monospaced font,like the code in most of the programming language books.

HTML Code [With C Example]

<code>
#include<stdio.h> #include<conio.h> float carea(float); void main() {  float radius;  printf("Enter Radius:");  scanf("%f",&radius);  carea(radius);  getch(); } float carea(float radius) {  float area;  area=3.14159*radius*radius;  printf("Area= %f",area); }
</code>

HTML Output

#include #include float carea(float); void main() { float radius; printf("Enter Radius:"); scanf("%f",&radius); carea(radius); getch(); } float carea(float radius) { float area; area=3.14159*radius*radius; printf("Area= %f",area); } The <code> element is often used in conjunction with the <pre> element so that the formatting of the code is retained.

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