how do you move to a new line in your text editor?
edeveaud at pasteur.fr
Fri Mar 3 12:47:31 CET 2006
John Salerno wrote:
> This is a real small point, but I'd like to hear what others do in this
> case. It's more an 'administrative' type question than Python code
> question, but it still involves a bit of syntax.
> One thing I like to do is use tabs for my indentation, because this
> makes it easy to outdent when I need to start a new line in column 1. I
> can press backspace once and move 4 spaces to the left.
> But I read in the PEP that spaces are recommended over tabs. If this is
> the case, it would involve pressing backspace 4 times (or 8, etc.) to
> get back to column 1.
you can still use tabs for editing, and if you want to provide space indented
code you can write a small tab2space converter in python
more seriously, most of the editors (at least Emacs and vim) may use tab for
automatic indentation but convert the tabs to a specified space number
> Le lecteur c'est Outlook express (ceci explique sans doute celà)
Outlook Express, c'est fait pour demander comment configurer Emacs
pour lire le courrier et les news.
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