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Riobard Zhan firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
I've also noticed this, but I also notice that it doesn't take long at all (on the order of hours) for the new user to get used to the requirement.
Because indentation also occurs for other reasons, a major example being continuations of previous lines.
for line in foo: do_something( spam, line)
That's three lines at differing indentation levels, but two statements.
I find that the line-end colon is a strong visual indicator that a suite is being introduced, as contrasted with some other difference in indentation.
Not since a few days learning the language, no.
The examples you've chosen, no; but I think that a lot of code which uses multi-line statements with implicit continuation would be made less readable without colons to indicate the introduction of suites.
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