This is something that is not immediately coming out to me, so I thought I'd ask.
I'm currently writing in a reasonably chunky bit of code for a rather rudimentary minigame inside my story, which is fair enough. However, to make it easier for me to break it down, I've opted to keep code on separate lines so I can refer to it properly as I go through it.
Unfortunately for me, all of these lines take up written space on the passage so most of my actual prose ends up scrolled way down.
I tried a named hidden hook, but it made the code obsolete.
I know an easy solution is to put it all on one line, but it makes it hard to read. Is there a simple way for me to efficiently save space on the passage?