One problem with GeoGebra is that sometimes you have to deal with long long loooong definitions that are all on single lines. Sometimes it's hard to read, or create, these definitions -- especially when they contain nested commands and lists.
This tool solves this problem. Enter your one-line definition(s) below. Then click the right-pointing arrow button. You'll then see a nicely-formatted result in the box on the right.
You can also go the opposite direction: click the left-pointing arrow to convert nice text into one-line GeoGebra definitions.
(Click the "Clear!" button to remove the examples shown.)
The obvious way to use this tool is to "copy" to clipboard your definition and then "paste" it into this page.
However, you may find this way tedious. Most browsers provide a shorcut: they let you mark the text (the GeoGebra definitions) with the mouse and then, via the context menu, send it to some search engine. The "trick" is to add this tool to the list of search engines your browser knows about. Here it is in action:
Here are instructions for the common browsers:
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In you encounter any problems, email me.