New to sublime text.
I’m wondering why the codes are not showing colors? I’m using Mac.
Syntax highlighting depends on the type of file that you’re editing, so unless you tell it what sort of file you’re editing, Sublime assumes it’s just a text file.
You can do one of the following:
setsynto filter to all of the
Set Syntax:commands, then pick the one that represents the type of file that you’re working with
View > Syntaxin the menu and then select from the list the type of file you’re editing.
Plain text). If you click there, you’ll get the same menu as from #3 above; pick the appropriate file type from the list.
Thank you! It works now.
Another question is that how do I see the outputs?
To run a program, use
Tools > Build from the menu (or the associated key). That will trigger Sublime to try and build the current file. What that does depends on the type of file you’re editing and what the build system is set to under
Tools > Build System.
I would recommend setting it to
Automatic, which will make Sublime automatically choose the correct build (if there’s more than one that applies, it will ask you to pick from the valid builds the first time you do this).
More information on the basics of build systems, how they work and how to use them can be found in this video series: