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 * <​html><​span style="​font-family:​monospace">​std::​string Prologue(const std::string &​title)</​span></​html>​ - generates everything up to (and including) the **<​pre>​** tag; its output will be inserted before the text of the source file; * <​html><​span style="​font-family:​monospace">​std::​string Prologue(const std::string &​title)</​span></​html>​ - generates everything up to (and including) the **<​pre>​** tag; its output will be inserted before the text of the source file;
 * <​html><​span style="​font-family:​monospace">​std::​string Epilogue(void)</​span></​html>​ - returns the closing tags starting from **</​pre>​**;​ * <​html><​span style="​font-family:​monospace">​std::​string Epilogue(void)</​span></​html>​ - returns the closing tags starting from **</​pre>​**;​
-* <​html><​span style="​font-family:​monospace">​std::​string HighlightingBeginTag(const std::string &​color)</​span></​html>​ - generates a <​span>​ tag with the color given as argument (you can choose colors from [[http://​www.w3schools.com/​html/​html_colornames.asp | this list]]); its output will be inserted at appropriate places within the text of the source code; +* <​html><​span style="​font-family:​monospace">​std::​string HighlightingBeginTag(const std::string &​color)</​span></​html>​ - generates a **<​span>​** tag with the color given as argument (you can choose colors from [[http://​www.w3schools.com/​html/​html_colornames.asp | this list]]); its output will be inserted at appropriate places within the text of the source code; 
-* <​html><​span style="​font-family:​monospace">​std::​string HighlightingEndTag(void)</​span></​html>​ - returns the </​span>​ tag.+* <​html><​span style="​font-family:​monospace">​std::​string HighlightingEndTag(void)</​span></​html>​ - returns the **</​span>​** tag.
  
 == Task 1 == == Task 1 ==
 Build and run the project on a few sample code files. You should obtain HTML files that can be viewed in the browser. You may however notice some problems (hint: try to include a system header in your test file). Build and run the project on a few sample code files. You should obtain HTML files that can be viewed in the browser. You may however notice some problems (hint: try to include a system header in your test file).
  
 +If you want to run on your own machine, you can find the project <​del>​[[https://​drive.google.com/​file/​d/​0BzSnL_TVXUA3ZlRkMVlCRUdiNUE/​edit?​usp=sharing | here]]</​del>​ [[https://​drive.google.com/​file/​d/​0BzSnL_TVXUA3TVBhUERTdnBwVW8/​edit?​usp=sharing | here]].
 == Task 2 == == Task 2 ==
 The first thing that we have to do in order to get our highlighter to work right is to escape special HTML characters such as the angular brackets. //​HTMLSupport.h//​ offers a method for escaping several HTML characters that could cause problems: <​html><​span style="​font-family:​monospace">​std::​string EscapeText(const std::string &text, bool &​isDifferent)</​span></​html>​. The first thing that we have to do in order to get our highlighter to work right is to escape special HTML characters such as the angular brackets. //​HTMLSupport.h//​ offers a method for escaping several HTML characters that could cause problems: <​html><​span style="​font-family:​monospace">​std::​string EscapeText(const std::string &text, bool &​isDifferent)</​span></​html>​.
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