It's for displaying software code. The Courier fixed-width or monospaced font has been adapted for use as a computer font and makes code easier to read. Characters also line up below each other. The code module also color highlights commands, functions, variable types etc.
Here's an example from one of my articles:
It is really just a vehicle for making the average reader feel inadequate, lol.
Thank you l. I get it. It is all about computer programming. I think I would not use it. Thank you.
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