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hi there,

apologies for this simple question, but how do i post my code here so it cn be viewed correctly.

when i cut and paste it in it just all maps together into one giant paragraph (see below)

thnx

import SwiftUI

struct ContentView: View {     @State private var game = ["Rock", "Paper", "Scissors"] //.shuffled()     @State private var correctAnswer = Int.random(in: 0...2)          @State private var winLose = [" Win", " Lose"]     @State private var correctAnswer1 = Int.random(in: 0...2)          @State private var showingScore = false // tells us if alert is showing or not     @State private var scoreTitle = "" // title inside the alert     @State private var score = 0          var body: some View {         ZStack {             LinearGradient(gradient: Gradient(colors: [.blue, .black]),                            startPoint: .top, endPoint: .bottom)             VStack(spacing: 30) {                 VStack {                     Text("Tap the correct move")                         .foregroundColor(.white)                     Text(game[correctAnswer] + winLose[correctAnswer1])                         .foregroundColor(.white)                         .font(.largeTitle)                         .fontWeight(.black)                                      }                                  ForEach(0 ..< 3) { number in                     Button(action: {                         self.gameTapped(number)                     }) {                         Text(self.game[number])                             .foregroundColor(.white)                             .clipShape(Capsule())                             .overlay(Capsule().stroke(Color.black, lineWidth: 1))                             .shadow(color: .black, radius: 2)                     }                 }                 Spacer()             }         }         .alert(isPresented: $showingScore) {             Alert(title: Text(scoreTitle), message: Text("Your score is (score)"), dismissButton: .default(Text("Continue")) {                 self.askQuestion()             })         }     }     func gameTapped(_ number: Int) {              if number != correctAnswer {                scoreTitle = "Correct"                    score += 100                              }              else {             scoreTitle = "Wrong. This was..... (game[number])"             score -= 100         }         showingScore = true              }     func askQuestion() {         //game.shuffle()         correctAnswer = Int.random(in: 0...2)     } }

struct ContentView_Previews: PreviewProvider {     static var previews: some View {         ContentView()     } }

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You have to fence your code with three backticks ``` 0n the line before and three backticks ``` on the line after your codeblock.

You can either put in the backticks manually or you can highlight your codeblock and cliock the </> button in the formatting toolbar.

So this:

func printSomething(_ thing: String?) { if let thing = thing { print(thing) } else { print("nothing there") } }

will come out like this:

func printSomething(_ thing: String?) {
    if let thing = thing {
        print(thing)
    } else {
        print("nothing there")
    }
}

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