See this example: https://dotnetfiddle.net/nGSHTF
Typing return at the end of line 7 creates a new line with the wrong indentation. Adding spaces around the equals sign on line 8 causes the line to jump to the wrong indentation level.
This seems to be related to the code on line 7 which splits a string into an array of integers.0 votes
I have an existing fiddle (https://dotnetfiddle.net/aLU0Z8) and try to change compiler cause a feature is missing (proprerty initializers) and when I do it it just clears the script and goes to the root url as if I was making some new fiddle. I had to copy-paste content from the old fiddle to make this one that compiles ok - https://dotnetfiddle.net/W9zCSm0 votes
- Don't see your idea?