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Improved Auto-Multiplication Symbols

The insertion of implied multiplication symbols has been extended to additional locations to help identify possible errors in code.

Where newlines might be unexpectedly interpreted as multiplication, a gray auto-multiplication symbol is now added.

A multiplication sign appearing in such a way is often an indication of a missing comma or semicolon. In this case, adding the missing comma fixes the problem.

Multiplication signs will also appear in other places where implied multiplication might be unexpected.

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