[IronPython] Using blocks separators instead of indentation

Joe Mason joe at notcharles.ca
Tue Aug 14 05:30:14 CEST 2007

On 8/13/07, Ori <oorrii at gmail.com> wrote:
> OK I got the point. I have to use several statements in a single line.
> For exmpale, something like:
> i = 1; if (i >=1): i = 0
> is there a way to do it? Is there a replacement to the newline char?

Why does it have to be in a single line?  Just put it on two lines.

If you're storing it in a data file or something, just embed \n and \t's in
it to represent newlines and indentation levels.  Escape it somehow if you
have to.

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