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How do I copy input from Wolfram Mathematica and paste it into my browser's editor? [duplicate]

I want to copy the input from Mathematica, but when I'm doing that, I see here different input. I mean how can I copy the input from Mathematica and post here the exact input to ask you a question? ...
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Can I easily post images to this site directly from Mathematica? (Yes!)

Graphics are tightly integrated into the Mathematica interface. The Front End is programmable, and Mathematica has functions to interface with the web, so the question naturally comes up: Could we ...
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What kind of Input and Output Code Styles are acceptable in SE?

What kind of Input and Output Code Styles are acceptable in SE? These days I've heard about some comments (suggestions) about formatting. Some are my apparent error usages, and some are acceptable in ...
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How can I easily copy Mathematica code for use with this site? (We have a palette for this!)

I have recently posted a question asking how we could create a palette for copying code in the format originally suggested by Sjoerd and since adopted by several people: D[x^2, x] (* ==> 2 x *) ...
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What are best practices for posts

I am new to Mathematica Stack Exchange. I see many posts that seem to follow a certain practice: Text is in normal format; Code is in code blocks (ctrl-K) but does not include "In:" and "Out:"; Output ...
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How to pretty print keyboard buttons?

How do I enter keystrokes in a pretty printed form? For example, the keyboard combination CTRL-SHIFT-D in this answer was pretty printed as
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Can someone tell me how I can paste Mathematica code into a message here without losing the math formatting

Thanks in advance. There is a sizable chunk of code would like some help with. But I need to understand how to paste it in here properly.
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How to place nicely parsed code into an answer

I have seen many answers where there is nicely parsed Mathematica code in the answer. When I attempted to answer a question and pasted in the code, all the spaces and line breaks were removed so it ...
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Things to keep in mind for the public beta [closed]

During the private beta, we have discussed a number of topics involving the running of this site. The relevant discussions are as follows: Current ideas about tagging, Links as answers, Whether ...
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Common rules for presenting Mathematica output on the main site

On the main site we still have no explicitly written rules how Mathematica's output should be presented when published in a question/answer. But the most of people (as far as I can see) already ...
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How do I cut/paste Mathematica output into a question? [duplicate]

Of all things, I can't find any instructions in the editing-help about how to post my Mathematica output! Indenting code with four spaces works fine: f = a[x] + c1*b[x] + c2*c[x]; g = Expand[f*f]; ...