Sean 'Shaleh' Perry
shaleh at speakeasy.net
Tue Jan 6 02:43:23 CET 2004
On Monday 05 January 2004 14:43, Peter Hansen wrote:
> > Well the "official" standard can be seen in the python files distributed
> > with python -- 4 spaces.
> > That said, Python will use any whitespace you want as long as you are
> > consistent. 3 spaces, a tab, whatever.
> Well, *almost* any whitespace. :-)
> >>> import string
> >>> string.whitespace
> '\t\n\x0b\x0c\r '
> Of those, only '\t' and ' ' are going to be much help, I think, when trying
> to indent. Linefeed, carriage return, vertical tab, and form feed are
> most likely not well supported yet. ;-)
(-: Point taken, I must remember to be more careful when wearing my teaching
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