As anyone that has ever tried to paste code into a document can tell you, it can be tricky.
Document-writing tools like Microsoft Word and Google Docs are meant to make words and sentences readable.
While switching to a monospaced font for those bits of code would fix half of those problems.
In normal Word documents, there are plenty of workarounds to properly display a code block.
In this regard, Google Docs is outdoing its Microsoft counterpart.
As announced by Google, people writing documents on its online platform can now insert snippets of code as code blocks
This code block works as one of many "building blocks" within Docs.
If you want to check it out, just type out your code in the document and go to Insert > Building Blocks > Code Block, and then select.
It's a neat feature that lets you show code as it's meant to be shown
The feature is now rolling out to select Google Workspace business accounts, and it might take a few weeks.