1 min read · March 14, 2018
The term nopaste is used on the internet for pasting the source code to a separate, dedicated site, and then linking to that pasted source code in forum discussions, chats, and so forth, instead of pasting the source code directly.
Many discussion forums, Facebook groups, and chat rooms don't have syntax highlighting and other proper functionalities when sharing code directly. The nopaste sites offer syntax highlighting, a history of code changes, commenting on lines of code and similar.
Nopaste services for different code purposes and languages:
For sharing, reviewing, and quick testing code snippets; the following services also execute your code online:
Useful editors, code hosting services and tools for online collaboration:
For sharing screenshots