Running a code block in Juno?

Is there a way (such as a keystroke) to run a “cell” (or “block”) of code in Juno? For example, when using Spyder for Python, one can use the symbol #&& to create a “cell”. Clicking inside of that cell and using Ctrl+Enter runs all the code in that cell. Is there an analogous way to do this in Juno?

Yes. You can use ## or #%% as cell delimiters (or configure one yourself) and run a cell with Alt-Enter (by default) or with the Julia: Run Cell command.

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Thanks! I had tried this earlier but I accidentally used the wrong cell delimiters. Glad to know it works!