Out-denting multiline comments

Gillou nospam at bigfoot.com
Thu Aug 8 21:12:47 CEST 2002


thisShouldFit = ("\nName: %(name)s\n"
                        "age: %(age)s\n") % vars()

--Gilles

>>> from base64 import decodestring
>>> replyTo = decodestring('Z2xlbmZhbnRAYmlnZm9vdC5jb20=\n')

"Max M" <maxm at mxm.dk> a écrit dans le message de news:
3D52990F.80009 at mxm.dk...
> I sometimes run into the problem of multiline comments destroying the
> look of my indentation:
>
>
> thisPrintsBad = """
>      Name: %(name)s
>      age: %(age)s
> """ % vars()
>
> thisLooksBadInSource = """
> Name: %(name)s
> age: %(age)s
> """ % vars()
>
> Is there a standard idiom for un-tabbing, de-denting, un-denting (or
> whatever it's called) a blok of code so that::
>
> """
>      regards
>          Max M
> """
>
> becomes:
>
> """
> regards
>      Max M
> """
>
>
> regards Max M
>




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