if you use vim add the following to your .vimrc
after your initial # comment goes here
- each time you hit a newline, a # will be placed at the beginning...
or/and to .vimrc
" comment out blocks
" ma to mark beginning
" put cursor at the end and hit F7
" code will be commented out
map <F7> :'a,.s/^/#/gi^M:nohl^M
map <F10> :'a,.s/^#//gi^M:nohl^M
I believe I got that last one from a thread here...
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