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Aaron Rubin email@example.com writes:
Regarding this and the other notion of 5 or 6 being the proper level of indentation:
class a(object): def method1(simulation=False): try: if simulation: for x in range(10): if x>5: try:
# here might begin some actual math, with two or
three more levels of logic, interfacing with other libraries such as NumPy, etc. where you might need specific error handling except CustomError:
# customer error handling
This is fairly clearly a contrived example. Can you give an example of actual in-use code which suffers from such deep indentation?
I've no doubt you can produce such code, but it's far easier to discuss ways to improve (and that it will improve) an example of actual code than a contrived example.
i.e. the logic code started at the 7th indentation level.
This would almost certainly be improved by taking some of those deeply-indented parts and re-factoring them to separate functions. But again, it's hard to show that without a real example.
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