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One of the problems with text editors is that they are designed to work with fixed width characters, i.e. A, B, C, D and so on.
If you want to do this from a text editor, you need to fix the code, then save it, and fix it again.
It seems that this sort of work is better handled by something designed for this, such as a scripting language. I use Groovy for things like this and the output from my text editor becomes:
import java.io.File
import java.io.FileNotFoundException
import java.io.IOException

final String code = “”
final String html = “”
final String table = “”
final String row = “”
final String tbody = “”
final String finalCode = “” + code + html + table + row + tbody + html + “”

// print out the result
File tempFile = File.createTempFile(“test.html”, “.html”)
try {
System.out.println(“The file has been written to the temp file.”);
} catch (final IOException e) {

// clean the temp file up
try {
if (tempFile.isFile()) {
} catch (final IOException e) {

The output looks like this:
The file has been written to the temp file.

Trying to fix the output so that it includes the source in the output is a lot more complicated. Not only does the source code need to be adjusted, but the output needs to include the start and end of the source code, the whitespace around the source, the HTML and the end HTML tag, the sequence number at the start of each source line, and the line number at the start of each line of source. My preferred solution is to use an online solution.
Examples are at and














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