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Discussion on: Only JavaScript gets template strings' syntax highlighting

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lionel-rowe

It's not unique to JS or TS. Ruby has this enabled even without extensions in VS Code, using the heredoc syntax.

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Pacharapol Withayasakpunt Author • Edited

Nice. Maybe Shell can have this kind of guide-to-syntax-hightlighting as well?

Indeed, I complained because Python, Kotlin and Go don't have this feature.

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The Sharp Ninja • Edited

ASP.Net has had mixed code syntax highlighting in ASPX pages since 2001 with Visual Studio.net. Actually, I'm pretty sure Visual Studio 7 did mixed highlighting in ASP 3 pages before that.