Is it new style or just lack of style?
rnd at onego.ru
Fri Aug 3 08:12:08 CEST 2001
More and more I am starting to see people adding extra
blanks in ( ).
Recent example (from Steven's post):
def Files( start ):
for file in listdir( start ):
file = path.join( start, file )
if path.isfile( file ): yield file
for more in Files( file ):
Is it new style? I am sure this contradicts Python Style
Guide, but where from this new style appeared? I saw Java programs
with the same ugly padding...
And what about:
class E :
It is not right style too...
Sincerely yours, Roman Suzi
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