Sure! I took a screen shot to show you but the forum says it has no room for additional attachments. An easy code example would be:
- In a php file, a web developer likely has runs of HTML code:
<?php // top of php document
<!-- this is all html -->
// But now we're writing PHP...
echo "Now let us have some PHP programming."
<pNow back to html</p>
<p>We might even have some <? echo "php within the HTML " . $myvar ?>
// and the end of PHP
I believe Sublime refers to this as an embedded language; color schemes have the option to color language language elements found inside the scope of another language. I don't know the details, of course... Sometimes on the fora lack of support for embedded languages creates a bit of support confusion when programmers wonder why their well-crafted JS or another language doesn't have its own colors. Turns out often enough it's not that ST doesn't see the "inner" language, just that the color scheme doesn't make use of that knowledge.
Thanks very much!