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break an long line in an algorithm

I have a long line in an algorithm and want to break it into two lines. For similar case in equations, split can be used. How do I do this within an algorithm? \documentclass{article} ...
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Adding a blank line in algorithm2e

Is there any way to add a blank line in algorithm2e? I have the following document: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[linesnumbered]{algorithm2e}% http://ctan.org/pkg/algorithm2e \begin{document} ...
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How to make a hbox several lines under the specified place?

Recently I asked How to colourfuly highlight some lines of an algorithm using algorithm2e? I wanted to acheive this effect using the algorithm2e package: Thanks to JLDiaz's answer I know how to do ...
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How to remove the extra blank line in algorithm2e

I want to add a right aligned comment in LaTeX after \For command, but it adds an undesired blank line. Please help me. CODE: \For(\tcp*[r]{Incremental calculation of edges}){$i \gets 1$ ...
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How to break lines in conditions using algorithm2e?

I am trying to (partially) reproduce the algorithm displayed in Figure 4 from NetFlow: Information Loss or Win? My problem is with the multi-line conditions present in the "IFs". I want them to be ...
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How to remove newline character after case statement in algorithm2e?

I don't want any newline character after case statement. How can I do that? This is my code: \begin{algorithm}[t] \SetInd{0.5em}{0.5em} \KwIn{Data $\mathsf{D}$} \KwOut{List of Simple Hints} ...
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Mutliple inputs with line breaking

I am trying to write an algorithm with multiple inputs in algorithm2e. The result I would like to have is something like Algorithm ------------------- Input: Input number 1 Input number 2 ...
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Linebreak in Package algorithm2e

I'm using the algorithm2e package for pseudocode. I got some very long lines that needed to be wrapped. Is there a way to indent the following (breaked) lines and/or put a mark at the first line to ...