Prothon Prototypes vs Python Classes

William Park opengeometry at linux.ca
Mon Mar 29 02:29:40 CEST 2004


Michael <mogmios at mlug.missouri.edu> wrote:
> They're planning to remove tab indention support in 3.0? I for one
> would be pissed off at such a change. I don't mind people using spaces
> if they like but I see no reason I shouldn't be able to use tabs if I
> like. I can't see how it should make any difference to Python which
> you use so why not allow for personal preference?
> 
> >I'll just mention that there are ***very good***, that is
> >***extremely good*** reasons why the Python standard is to use spaces
> >for indentation, and why the option of using tabs will be removed in
> >3.0.

This space-vs-tab war is just insane.  I wish Prothon/Python would use
block terminator, if only to kill this silly trollings.

-- 
William Park, Open Geometry Consulting, <opengeometry at yahoo.ca>
Linux solution for data processing and document management.



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