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I'm putting together a document containing some code snippets. The way I'm doing this is to have a style called code with a monospaced font. This style has to have no spacing between paragraphs, however this means that at the end of code blocks when returning to the the normal style I end up with something like the example shown below.

To get around this I either: a) put a new line after each codeblock in a 5pt font or b) have a second style called code last line that has a break after a paragraph, and select that style for the last line of every code snippet. Can anyone recommend a more elegant solution?


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int main(){ cout << "Hello world"; return(0); }
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You can select the option Don't add space between paragraphs of the same style, so both before and after spacing will be applied only before and after your code section.

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    Smashing. This is exactly what I need – Some_Guy Oct 6 '15 at 10:25

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