Indentation

Bigbowser mov_21h at yahoo.com
Sun Aug 15 23:25:15 CEST 2004


Hi all,
 
I've been using C++ for about a year now, and i decided to have a go at python 
but one thing i can't get used to is the indentation, especially as my functions become 
more and more nested .. 
 
this is probably a stupid question, but is there a way to 'hack' or get around this  ? or would it require a large rewrite of the majority of the interpretter =/ 
 
Regards,

Bigbowser

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